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I keep stumbling across a great transportation visualization project from the Social Computing Group at the MIT Media Lab, most recently in this Washington City Paper post . In a series of interactive maps, covering a dozen cities, the Media Lab has
Jul 6, 2014 The nice thing about summits is that they bring together people who might not otherwise get the chance to meet and talk. The bad thing is that they often accomplish little more than that. History has no shortage of summits with noble
Curiously, the dramatic climax of Marion Barry's autobiography is exactly the kind of salacious moment that he has long dismissed as irrelevant and sensational, a notorious incident that steers attention far away from his life's work: It was sometime
Opinion Eleven years ago, the front page of The Washington City Paper had a larger-than-life photograph that foreshadowed a story that soon dominated the headlines and the newscasts of the day. Now-
The Associated Press The Associated Press 2 hours ago Alan Suderman, an investigative reporter with the Center for Public Integrity in Washington, D.C., is joining The Associated Press to cover Virginia state government and politics...He has spent
Icahn prods Apple for stock buyback Activist investor Carl Icahn has told Apple CEO Tim Cook that the iPhone and iPad maker should launch a $150 billion stock buyback immediately and disclosed that he now owns 4.7 million shares in the company.
The federal government signed a 60-year-lease with Trump for the 114-year-old building that has come close to demolition twice over the years and is the second-tallest structure in Washington, after the Washington Monument...Mayor Vincent Gray -- who
Hot Chocolate City Mike Madden Singer and guitarist Chuck Brown invented go-go music in mid-'70s Washington, DC; it was an infectious blend of funk, Latin rhythms, and audience call-and-response that became the sound of African-American DC for
Police Won't Rule Out Foul Play in Case of 7-Year-Old Missing Washington, D.C. Boy Found Dead in Locked Car Although African Americans make up just 13 percent of the U.S. population, we account for 33 percent of the missing in the Federal Bureau of
It's been a rough offseason for the Washington Redskins, and not just because of the knee injury to star quarterback Robert Griffin III. The team's nickname, which some consider a derogatory term for Native Americans, has faced a barrage of criticism.