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  • Clinton's legacy: Woman in White House?

     
    by Mark Silva Has Hillary Clinton paved the way for anyone but Hillary Clinton? It's possible that Clinton's historic successes in her party's presidential primaries - scoring the first victories for a woman in important states such as California, Ohio...
  • Swamp Sunrise

     
    Good morning. Here are a few Washington events of note for Thursday, May 29. President Bush is meeting with Mormon Church officials in Utah, attending a Republican fundraiser in Kansas and then returning to Washington. The Commerce Department is...

    Kate Heigl out of Emmys: Blames "Greys Anatomy!"

     
    Here's a stop-the-presses bulletin; Katherine Heigl has pulled herself out of Emmy contention because she thinks - and I'm paraphrasing here - she had bad material on "Grey's" Anatomy last season. Now stop to consider that, and let's just...

    White House threatens veto: Energy bill

     
    by Mark Silva Gasoline has passed $4 per gallon, on average - when first presented with the possibility that prices might reach that mark, at the end of February, President Bush said he "hadn't heard that.'' Now that everyone has...

    Pa. park wins "dark sky" designation

     
    Pennsylvania's little-known, but much-beloved (by amateur astronomers) Cherry Springs State Park has been named an International Dark Sky Park by the International Dark Sky Association. It is only the second park to win that honor. The first (last year)...