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He spent 12 years on the board, physically attacking one rival and haranguing others. He was convicted of stealing $20,000 from a retired school teacher.
In the Monopoly-inspired game, the goal is to — what else? — get very rich very fast.
As myriad pregnancies race against the clock, the painful path of the mosquito-borne disease has brought it to the edge of science’s frontier.
Signs of the virus were first noted in the South Pacific in spring 2007. Now, Olympic athletes headed for Rio, scientists and pregnant women are trying to outrun the risk.
Riders ponder the worrisome implications of Metro’s decision to close Wednesday.
Trump backers in the District are unusually shy about their support for the GOP billionaire.
Some worry that “culture of silence” enables teachers who abuse, but catching predators is difficult.
Actors read a scene from the pilot script for “The Tower.“
“A Face in the Crowd” follows a non-politician whose blunt talk charms the masses. Sound familiar?
In Ottumwa, voters feel betrayed by both parties and eager to send a message: It’s time for change.