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By Peter Holley The Washington Post Imagine this: You're rushing to get ready for work -- juggling emails, kids... [Read More]
The Washington Post has reported that Attorney General Jeff Sessions has reversed Obama-era directives that discouraged the enforcement of federal marijuana laws in states that... [Read More]
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The federal government, citing a recent court order, said Saturday that it is again accepting requests for grants of deferred action under the DACA, or... [Read More]
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Former president Bill Clinton lashed out on Twitter this weekend refuting reports that claim Clinton Foundation donations paid for Chelsea Clinton's wedding. Bill Clinton tweeted,... [Read More]
Below are some of the exchanges from the relationships advice column, Baggage Check, published weekly in The Washington Post's Express daily tabloid:... [Read More]
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"Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House" by Michael Wolff. Henry Holt. 321 pp. $30. Review provided by The Washington Post. [Read More]
As America braces for the annual fawn-fest on Martin Luther King Day (January 15), it's worth noting that a recent revelation from the FBI archives... [Read More]
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A chance tweet by a relative of an 11-year-old aspiring journalist in Connecticut led to her getting an invitation to spend a day at the... [Read More]
Just under 800,000 people received permits to stay and work in the United States under the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program begun by President... [Read More]
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As America braces for the annual fawn-fest on Martin Luther King Day (January 15), it's worth noting that a recent revelation from the FBI archives... [Read More]
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(c) 2018, The Washington Post. This correction refers to the slug HOUSE-RUSSIA (Demirjian, Post) that moved Jan. 11. --- A Washington Post article ab... [Read More]
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The expletive President Donald Trump used last week in a discussion about immigration in the Oval Office... [Read More]
can be seen in an article for tomorrow's Washington Post titled Being a mother in Hawaii during 38 minutes of nuclear fear.  The author, Allison... [Read More]
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(c) 2018, The Washington Post. In May 2016, Taylor Weyeneth was an undergraduate at St. John's University in New York, a legal studies student and fr... [Read More]
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(c) 2018, The Washington Post. For 38 harrowing minutes, residents and tourists in Hawaii were left to believe that missiles were streaming across th... [Read More]
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(c) 2018, The Washington Post. John Tunney, a California congressman and senator once hailed for his Kennedyesque manner and whose 1970 Senate campai... [Read More]
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Former U.S. Army intelligence analyst, Wikileaks whistleblower, and trans activist Chelsea Manning has filed documents to run for a Senate seat in Maryland currently held... [Read More]
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Chelsea Manning served 7 years in prison after handing over hundreds of thousands of classified documents to Wikileaks. Now she is running for senate, according... [Read More]
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Chelsea Manning will run for the U.S. Senate in Maryland. The transgender former Army officer who was convicted of leaking classified documents filed her statement... [Read More]
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