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Throwing out the ceremonial first pitch in an Atlanta Braves game against the Miami Marlins, Kao was proudly identified by a Braves' TV sportscaster as... [Read More]
R. Nicholas Burns celebrated his 17th birthday the day after the signing of the 1973 Paris Peace Accords that formally ended the Vietnam War. At... [Read More]
In January, President Donald Trump ordered his secretary of defense to come up with a draft plan within 30 days to defeat the Islamic State,... [Read More]
House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) face a very challenging autumn. They confront a backlog of daunting fiscal issues,... [Read More]
Even before news broke that the State Department had expelled two Cuban diplomats from the United States earlier this year following a bizarre "sonic attack"... [Read More]
A much briefer but no less memorable educational opportunity was sandwiched in between these monumental achievements, when she was selected to attend WiSci Girls STEAM... [Read More]
In the Hirshhorn Museum, lifeless Lego portraits of 176 human rights activists have been spread across the floor in a misguided exhibition that feels like... [Read More]
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There are two elections in August that will decide the next presidents of two critical East African countries. Rwanda will hold its presidential election Aug.... [Read More]
why aren't the people who are best equipped to help us navigate and explore these questions — namely, psychiatrists — leaving mostly non-mental health professionals... [Read More]
Partisanship aside, we should all be able to agree that Donald Trump takes a nontraditional approach to the presidency. This is particularly evident in his... [Read More]
A new genetic blood test might pave the way for detecting early stage cancers that often prove fatal when caught too late, a new study... [Read More]
While most of us saunter through museum exhibitions, perhaps pausing at works of particular interest, Dana Tai Soon Burgess dances among art — literally. Juggling... [Read More]
A powerful exhibition at the Smithsonian's National Portrait Gallery explores the human dimension of modern warfare through the lens of six contemporary artists in a... [Read More]
A nonprofit organization inside a magnificent, stately 18th-century home aims to be a "creativity well in the middle of Georgetown, just rippling out through D.C.... [Read More]
A much briefer but no less memorable educational opportunity was sandwiched in between these monumental achievements, when she was selected to attend WiSci Girls STEAM... [Read More]
The most extensive list of international events in Washington, DC. [Read More]
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There are two elections in August that will decide the next presidents of two critical East African countries. Rwanda will hold its presidential election Aug.... [Read More]
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why aren't the people who are best equipped to help us navigate and explore these questions — namely, psychiatrists — leaving mostly non-mental health professionals... [Read More]
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