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After a damning audit loaded with examples of mismanagement, state legislators may get rid of the noted speed trap.
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David J. Skorton has led the vast research university since 2006.
The Arizona senator appeared on “The Late Show” Monday.
Girls are a major presence among the finalists in the annual Intel Science Talent Search
Four high-school senior girls conducting research on breast cancer are among the 40 finalists in the Intel Science Talent Search
We welcome four outstanding new voices to The Monkey Cage.
When thousands of techies invade an artsy town, the combination is unforgettable.
The scandal that could cost Vincent Gray his reelection has also touched another potential candidate for higher office: Hillary Clinton.
Google is seeking to unite the rapidly proliferating number of wearable tech devices.
Secretary of State races are the new hot target for super PACs.
The Virgin Islands Supreme Court considers this statute
Obama compares the Hangover Part 3 to a president running for a third term.
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Americans leery of taking on Russia alone
Jaime Fuller and Sean Sullivan
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Employees misused federal charge cards for items that included gym memberships, meals and gift cards, according to an IG report.
Word in Tehran is that their designated ambassador to the United Nations is having some difficulty getting a visa.
New information has led to an updated rating of the controversial anti-Obamacare ad starring a cancer patient
Women tend to have the edge in special elections, a trend that could benefit Florida’s Alex Sink.
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Michael Stachowicz is a turf expert, the man who helps the National Park Service grow and maintain healthy lawns on the National Mall.
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Michael A. Fletcher
Faulty ignition switches shown to prevent air bags from inflating, contributing to 13 deaths.
In video with Russian president, Foreign Minister Lavrov calls U.S. proposals “unsatisfactory.”
More than half of the donations come from an institute and foundation connected to Michael Milken.
The first month is just the first data point.
Fight between Episcopal Church and breakaway group means diocese owns historic Falls Church property.
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As higher payments kick in, there is fear that borrowers won’t be able to stay current on their mortgages.
“He didn’t need a shadow campaign to win,” one woman says. “We were out there working hard for him.”
Efforts at readiness expose operational weaknesses and difficulty restructuring Russia’s military.
Total indicates that $14.02 million worth of recreational pot was sold.
It’s that time. Let the porching begin!
Patients who have low-deductible, low co-payment insurance will demand any and all pharmaceuticals and other treatments that promise any benefit at all, net of the risks and side effects of the treatment, without regard to cost.
Spurred by environmental groups, party aims to raise awareness by mirroring tactic used by Cruz, Paul.
Justice Department makes no changes to terms of a settlement reached in November.
In dissent, Justice Sotomayor said the decision undermines the legality of land turned over to public use.
In a video message, the attorney general said such fatalities increased by 45 percent from 2006 to 2010.
Donna St. George
Thousands of high school students in Montgomery failed their most recent exams, new figures show.
Ed O’Keefe and Paul Kane
The pair has a plan to restore bipartisanship in the chamber that will begin to unfold this week.
After short delay, two cases of White House brew are sent to Canadian Embassy to make good on wager.
Firm behind 10 D.C. area restaurants to get advice from veterans of OSI, Outback Steakhouse, Apex Systems.
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