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For Republicans, the debate over the president’s moves on immigration is not only a fight with the White House, but a test of whether they can contain unhelpful passions among their members.
WONKBLOG | The president will offer temporary legal status to millions of undocumented immigrants, but the White House hasn't said who will be protected.
Jon Stewart, center, and his "correspondents." (Comedy Central)
For years, “Saturday Night Live” was the ultimate stepping stone. Now, alums of the comedy news show are dominating.
The proposal for the $155 million project still has to pass the full Board of Regents on Dec. 12.
Prince George’s police released surveillance video they believe shows Hollis Johnson holding open a door for a stranger who then fatally shot him.
The National’s agent has already suggested that he wants a 12-year contract. Could that happen?
COLUMN | Another lost season is further unraveling and some think Griffin’s D.C. days are numbered.
Washington 2024 board members look at a proposed site. (Post)
What started as a pipe dream is a serious 2024 bid, with some of D.C.’s big names asking, “Why not us?”
Capital Weather Gang’s Angela Fritz explains how lake effect snow happens and who will be hardest hit.
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Amazon will load the app into new devices and offer existing owners free updates starting today.
Hairballs and lattes don’t mix, so it will likely end up being more like a cafe next to a room full of felines.
Football fans created a browser extension that replaces the team’s controversial name with other words.
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Peter Holley and Sarah Larimer
Myron May, who was killed in a shootout with police, was described as “the kindest, sweetest person.”
WEATHER GANG | More snow could bring Buffalo’s four-day total to 8 feet by the time it’s over.
WONKBLOG | The New York Times columnist’s new series talks to whites about race in America.
Paul Ryan vows to bring back questionably accurate “dynamic scoring.”
The average adult can put up to 60 pounds of pressure on the spine when bent at a 60-degree angle.
New York remains buried in snow
Israel to demolish homes of synagogue attackers
AAA estimates 46.3 million will travel this Thanksgiving
Spain’s eccentric Duchess of Alba dies
McConnell: ‘Congress will act’ against Obama on immigration
Senators push national recall of Takata air bags
Director Mike Nichols dies at 83
Three Thai students detained for ‘Hunger Games’ protest
Witness describes ‘scary’ FSU shooting
Police: FSU shooter acted alone
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FACT CHECKER | President Obama appears to believe that Canadian crude from the Keystone XL pipeline would bypass the United States. That’s wrong.
Daniel W. Drezner
The CIA is thinking about reorganizing itself. Does this affect anyone outside of Katherine Heigl?
Jonetta Rose Barras
But the mayor-elect’s transition team is just marching in place.
TERRAPINS INSIDER | The proposal for the $155 million project still has to pass the full Board of Regents on Dec. 12.
The 30-year fixed-rate average drops to 3.99 percent, falling below 4 percent for the first time in three weeks.
Going Out Guide
Fritz Hahn and Rhome Anderson
This week’s essential DJs, happy hours, dance nights and parties.
FEDERAL EYE | The report comes after federal auditors found thousands of workers were on paid leave for long periods.
The mega lake-effect storm has so far dumped 65 inches of snow and some communities expect another 2 to 3 feet today.
Although I have not yet put up my holiday decorations, inside, there is a Christmas lunatic just waiting to get out. And there’s a good reason for it.
A play with a lengthy title and a running time to match is staged with precision by Theater J.
When it comes to typical laws/ethics/standards of human behavior, tech start-ups and their luminaries seem to think they’re above the rules.
WONKBLOG | A Democrat willing to trash stupid Democratic ideas, they say, is a potent weapon Republicans should not cast aside
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