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A new federal task force is examining the effects of violence and abuse on children who live on reservations.
A plane hit a fish while taking off, which is apparently a thing that can happen (in Florida, obviously).
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Funds from the Fairfax-based Peterson Family Foundation will help Prince George’s County schools.
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A blogger claims ThinkProgress toned down its positions at White House request, and suggests this is business-as-usual in Washington.
How educators and analysts are sizing the up changes to the college admissions test.
Studies show that they transform their cross-sectional shape to help them become more aerodynamic.
Despite lobbying efforts, the industry is having a hard time being accepted in food-assistance programs.
Juliet Eilperin and Krissah Thompson
Michelle Obama’s focus on education reflects a broader decision to steer clear of political controversies.
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The moves will force Congress to spend as much as it had hoped to save with trims.
A Prince George’s woman is a bit spooked to receive greetings from Miami — year 1946.
Donna St. George
Three students from Montgomery Blair High School are Intel science finalists, most in the country this year.
Thomas Tague has successfully moved between management and the world of techies.
The Web platform connects trainers with clients and helps them manage their accounting, tax forms and more.
These firms recently filed with the U.S. Bankruptcy Court’s local court clerk’s offices.
IBM cuts U.S. jobs in $1 billion restructuring; nuclear agency picks Dell to build cloud network.
The House race will serve as the first real gauge of voter moods as the parties hone their fall strategies.
Here’s a look at who is moving where in the greater Washington job market.
The low-carbon geothermal bandwagon isn’t just hot air; it helps warm and cool homes and offices.
Not all tea party rock stars are created equal.
What one family went through to stop a state from giving a standardized test to their severely disabled son.
There are strong reasons to believe that these aspects of the peninsula’s governance would fare substantially worse under Moscow’s tutelage.
From Blinken to Gates, a look at the Sunday show conversation about the situation in Ukraine.
THE FIX | Millennials are more liberal and are more inclined to support Democrats, a new Pew study finds.
Education activists call for congressional hearings on nation’s testing obsession.
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Her bill is expected to pass, but the Mo. Democrat has lost by winning with a bill described as too modest.
One of my more obscure constitutional law interests is the constitutional law of boats.
What it means to have higher law.
Four Ind. couples sue over same-sex marriage, 89-year-old veteran gets Purple Heart 70 years later and more.
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Ranbaxy recalled atorvastatin calcium after a 20 mg tablet was found in a bottle marked 10 mg.
Speakers draw lines more on tactics and posture than policy, as Republican leadership spars with grass roots on immigration reform and foreign policy.
As the climate warms, the West will dry, providing an ecological buffet for giant fires.
Consider a real Salon article: “Why I can’t stand white belly dancers.“
DIPLOMATIC DEBRIEF | Neither has budged this month after two-plus hours on the phone talking Ukraine.
Researchers have finally calculated testing time and found wild variations and deceptive school schedules.
The president’s designation underscores an increasingly assertive conservation stance.
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