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Here's a good definition of what The Washington Post doesn't find newsworthy. The big headline on the front page of Monday's Washington Examiner was Most on D.C. welfare don't look for work: 22% of able recipients meet job-search rules. A quick Nexis
In response to a petition on the White House's We The People website calling for Obama to place Taxation Without Representation license plates on the presidential limo, Deputy Assistant to the President and Director of Intergovernmental Affairs David
The upstart car service Uber offers customers in major cities such as Chicago, San Francisco and Washington a smartphone app to call for a car. It's an innovative idea that many residents love, but not everyone is excited about the new service...
Lawmakers in Prince George's County, Md. hate guns so much they want to brand anyone convicted of violating one of the state's convoluted firearm statutes. Stab someone with a knife, and the county won't care or take notice of you after you serve
City Council last week that "allegations of widespread cheating are harmful because they're unfounded." This week, she told a testing conference that no matter what the investigation finds, it may not mean much, because there is no "nationally
Attorney's Office stemming from a protest of House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-Va.) last year...Attorney Ronald Machen to drop the charges against their associates...The protesters were charged with unlawful conduct, a misdemeanor...City Council
Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli says he is worried that a new District of Columbia law that governs how pest control operators must handle rats may result in entire rodent families being relocated across the Potomac River into Virginia by D.
Regulation, the Big Myth goes, is the movement by the government to constrain the excesses of Big Business. Those who oppose regulation are easily tarred as shills for Big Business. But in real life -- that is, outside the blinkered worldview of
House Speaker John Boehner's office has released the following list of elements in the new budget deal that make it an important milestone on the road to restoring the nation's economic strength: · Largest Non-Defense Spending Cut in American History.
April 11, 2011 Standardized test scores in Washington, D.C.'s public schools came under scrutiny last month when a USA Today investigation found evidence of cheating. USA Today reviewed test scores from 2008 through 2010 and found an unusual rate of