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  • Historic parking garage tied to Watergate to be demolished

    Historic parking garage tied to Watergate to be demolished
    WASHINGTON -- If walls could talk, even some of Washington’s most inconspicuous buildings would have juicy tales of political history to share. But one — the Rosslyn, Va., parking garage where Washington Post reporter Bob Woodward met his...
  • France: A bookish haven for Americans in Paris

    PARIS — Charles Trueheart, the director of the American Library in Paris, picked through the shelves in his office and withdrew a surprisingly well-preserved June 1922 edition of the long-gone literary magazine the Smart Set. The cover touted a...
  • Papers offer peek into Hillary Clinton's failed healthcare initiative

    Papers offer peek into Hillary Clinton's failed healthcare initiative
    WASHINGTON — As Hillary Rodham Clinton sought to reshape the nation's healthcare system in her husband's first term as president, she got all the right advice from senior aides: Consult closely with members of Congress, build bridges with business...
  • Chris Christie, carrying Bridgegate baggage, arrives in Florida

    Chris Christie, carrying Bridgegate baggage, arrives in Florida
    A weekend in Florida for a likely/presumed/unofficial presidential candidate to meet with big-money donors and help other candidates raise cash is usually as routine as a trip to the supermarket. Not so for New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, who's spending...
  • 'Battle is not over' after a close Virginia governor's race

    'Battle is not over' after a close Virginia governor's race
    Virginia Democrats spent much of Tuesday night biting their nails with the governor’s race too close to call -- despite recent polls showing their nominee with a commanding lead. It was nearly 11 p.m. when Terry McAuliffe took the podium to...
  • In the water, Lochte shines brightly

    In the water, Lochte shines brightly
    Since the London Olympics, Ryan Lochte has seemed bent on proving he is not the brightest bulb in the chandelier. Take his reality TV show, “What Would Ryan Lochte Do?” (Please). This is what a Washington Post reviewer said about it:...
  • Two former Navy football players face court-martial in alleged sexual assault

    Two former Navy football players face court-martial in alleged sexual assault
    The superintendent of the Naval Academy has referred two former members of the Navy football team to a court-martial on charges that they sexually assaulted a fellow midshipman while she was incapacitated at a party in Annapolis, the academy said...
  • Meet Terps quarterback/athlete commit Will Ulmer

    Meet Terps quarterback/athlete commit Will Ulmer
    With national signing day only days away, preview the Terps' class of 2014 with a handy, commit-by-commit guide. Prospect profiles will run all the way through Wednesday (Feb. 5), when players can officially sign a national letter of intent. (SEE THEM ALL...
  • Meet Terps offensive tackle commit Damian Prince

    Meet Terps offensive tackle commit Damian Prince
    With today marking national signing day, preview the Terps' class of 2014 with a handy, commit-by-commit guide. Prospect profiles ran all the way through today, when players can officially sign a national letter of intent. (SEE THEM ALL HERE.) Name:...
  • Chan Lowe: Ted Cruz -- our first Canadian president?

    Chan Lowe: Ted Cruz -- our first Canadian president?
    Ted Cruz and Barack Obama have a great deal in common. Both went to elite Ivy League schools, both were brilliant students, both had American mothers and foreign-born fathers, and both spent less than one full term in the U.S. Senate before thinking...
  • S. Fla. Democrats, Republicans unified; all but one taking pay during shutdown

    S. Fla. Democrats, Republicans unified; all but one taking pay during shutdown
    There’s near unanimity among federal lawmakers from South Florida about one issue related to the partial shutdown of the federal government: they’re still getting paid, and accepting the money, as federal workers are furloughed because they...