Monthly Archives: October 2018

  • Angela Haupt
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  • 16 hours ago
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  • Perspective

The Eastern Conference is wide open and the Wizards believe they are a serious contender this year.

Nessar Jahanbin has painted murals all over D.C.

Companies aren’t just looking for expert coders and hackers. It’s also become important for the employees who make policy, legal and even basic business decisions to possess an understanding of cybersecurity.

  • Beth Luberecki
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  • 18 hours ago
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Deirdre Aikin has been tattooing clients for 25 years.

Targeted psychology programs can help train aspiring therapists and counselors to give trauma victims the assistance they need.

  • Beth Luberecki
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  • 19 hours ago
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  • Perspective

It's time for coach Jay Gruden to make the offense a better fit for Smith rather than force the quarterback to do things he’s can’t.

  • Rick Snider
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Plus, Lindsey Graham continues to conspicuously vie for a Trump Cabinet position.

  • Briana Ellison
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In a new work, “Dog Without Feathers," dancers embody crabs, birds and men, but never the piece's titular animal. Choreographer Deborah Colker explains why.

Metro says an escalator at the Court House station will be out until Oct. 31, 2019. Here's why.

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