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While passengers sleep, TSA flips on the security switch

Behind the scenes as airport security springs into early morning action.

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    On Love: ‘He was<span> . . .</span> an amazing enigma to me.’

    Marisa Cattoi and Pat Casey were introduced by a mutual friend on New Year’s Day in 2012.

    In the galleries: No straight lines

    In the galleries: No straight lines

    In “LineWorks: Drawing Redefined” at Greater Reston Arts Center, lines bend, overlap and curve in midair.

    ‘American Idol’ can be highway to the Great White Way

    ‘American Idol’ can be highway to the Great White Way

    Past contestants may not have much recording success, but many find roles in musicals, even on Broadway.

    H Street revitalizer is ready put Atlas on others’ shoulders

    H Street revitalizer is ready put Atlas on others’ shoulders

    The arts center’s neighborhood is flourishing. A new troupe is moving in. Her work here is done, she says.

    Champagne’s campaign

    Champagne’s campaign

    Lots of beverages claim to be Champagne. A bureau in D.C. is trying to finally set the record straight.

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    Just Asking: designer Pum Lefebure has her Army ready

    Just Asking: designer Pum Lefebure has her Army ready

    The D.C. artist on why she doesn’t separate life and work — and her dream client

    While passengers sleep, TSA flips on the security switch

    While passengers sleep, TSA flips on the security switch

    Behind the scenes as airport security springs into early morning action.

    John Lewis on ‘Selma’ and the memories it brings to life

    John Lewis on ‘Selma’ and the memories it brings to life

    The congressman and civil rights leader recalls the personal history that a new film captures.

    Best wishes for a metonymous Christmas

    Best wishes for a metonymous Christmas

    “Have a very Merry!” -- a form of metonymy, or simply nominalization?

    Breaking Martin Luther King Jr. out of myth and into life

    Breaking Martin Luther King Jr. out of myth and into life

    “Selma” director Ava DuVernay and David Oyelowo, who plays MLK, on the film’s hard won perspective.

    Christmas Day TV marathons: Your list of what to watch

    Christmas Day TV marathons: Your list of what to watch

    It’s the day the networks battle for your couch-bound attention.

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    Michael Dirda reviews five fairy-tale books

    Michael Dirda reviews five fairy-tale books

    A new look at the fairy-tale stories we think we know best.

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    It’s comical, it’s incisive at times, but ‘The Interview’ isn’t that edgy

    It’s comical, it’s incisive at times, but ‘The Interview’ isn’t that edgy

    MOVIE REVIEW | Caught in a firestorm with North Korea, the film isn’t nearly as politically pointed as the kerfuffle suggested.

    ‘I know it’s racist’: Limbaugh offers his hot take on why Idris Elba shouldn’t be 007

    ‘I know it’s racist’: Limbaugh offers his hot take on why Idris Elba shouldn’t be 007

    The conservative radio host has a hot take on the latest tidbit of information to emerge from the massive Sony Pictures hack.

    Michael Sam, Oprah and the danger of thinking reality TV is the answer

    Michael Sam, Oprah and the danger of thinking reality TV is the answer

    When you have a subject as compelling as Sam, there’s no need to dress it up with the trappings of a reality show.

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