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D.C. library celebrates author and illustrator Brian Selznick

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  • D.C. library celebrates author and illustrator Brian Selznick

    D.C. library celebrates author and illustrator Brian Selznick

    “The Invention of Hugo Cabret” author to visit the exhibit that showcases his visual storytelling.

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  • Journey to Mars: Jessica Meir

    Journey to Mars: Jessica Meir

    As one of eight NASA astronaut candidates, she may one day fly to Mars.

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  • Hubble marks 25 years of glimpsing distant galaxies

    Hubble marks 25 years of glimpsing distant galaxies

    From 350 miles above Earth, space telescope has captured more than 1 million images.

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NFL draft gets a lot of air time and hot air

NFL draft gets a lot of air time and hot air

Three days of TV coverage and weeks of analysts’ predictions are silly. Just get to the picks.

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