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The pioneering pediatric surgeon and author of six bestsellers is raising money from Republicans for his new PAC.

Is Ben Carson running for a bigger bully pulpit?

The famous surgeon and bestselling author takes his book tour through Iowa, toying with a White House bid.

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    Chelsea Clinton leaving NBC News

    Chelsea Clinton leaving NBC News

    The former first daughter announced that she will focus on foundation work and impending parenthood.

    TV listings: Weekend of August 30-31, 2014

    TV listings: Weekend of August 30-31, 2014

    ‘Doctor Who’ runs into a Dalek fleet and Virginia tries to treat a patient on her own on ‘Masters of Sex.’

    Watch Chelsea Clinton’s brightest moments with NBC

    Watch Chelsea Clinton’s brightest moments with NBC

    Clinton’s journalism career, may have been brief, but it certainly was lucrative.

    Tales from a ship wreck, a war and a nightclub

    Tales from a ship wreck, a war and a nightclub

    Ishmael Beah, Lisa See and Tiphanie Yanique among others bringing tales of other cultures to D.C.

    Summer 2014’s mixed messages about films

    Summer 2014’s mixed messages about films

    Among them, nostalgia pays, except when it doesn’t. And sometimes it’s being first that matters most.

    In the galleries: A meeting of lines in art and architecture

    In the galleries: A meeting of lines in art and architecture

    “Form, Light, Line” converge impressively at the Old Print Gallery in Washington’s Georgetown district.

    In this exhibit, Mexican cinematographer becomes the star

    In this exhibit, Mexican cinematographer becomes the star

    Separate events honor two creative forces: Gabriel Figueroa and Kafka.

    Smashmouth drama tackles football themes

    Smashmouth drama tackles football themes

    New sports drama “Colossal” at Olney explores dance, disability and the experiences of gay athletes.

    Four stars for a 6-year-old theater critic

    Four stars for a 6-year-old theater critic

    Iain Armitage goes to plays with his parents, who then turn the camera on him for his reaction.

    In a new exhibit, shoes tell the story

    In a new exhibit, shoes tell the story

    Japanese artist Chiharu Shiota believes shoes are imbued with the spirits of their ancestors.

    Museum of the American Indian celebrates 10 years

    Museum of the American Indian celebrates 10 years

    Events for the anniversary have been occurring all year, but they will really ramp up Sept. 18-21.

    In films, contradictions of progress for women in full force

    In films, contradictions of progress for women in full force

    Summer movies gave women only a very narrow range of permissibly powerful characters.

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    On Love: ‘It was like our destiny was decided then for us’

    On Love: ‘It was like our destiny was decided then for us’

    Years after meeting at a program in Mexico, Abi Long and Luis Chaffo wed in England.

    One jazz stage for two of a kind

    One jazz stage for two of a kind

    Andreas Varady, 17, shares the spotlight at Wolf Trap with guitar great George Benson, 71.

    From Windy City, a breath of fresh air for Kennedy Center

    From Windy City, a breath of fresh air for Kennedy Center

    Deborah Rutter, who has a background in classical music, will take over as the center’s president.

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