If completed the Burgess-Wright Model F would be displayed at Reagan National Airport.
It's lawsuit time. That didn't take long. The National Restaurant Association, a lobbying group representing the industry as a whole, plans to sue New York City's Department of Health over a new rule, set to take effect tomorrow, that...Show More Summary
BY MELISSA RUGGIERI TobyMac is technically one of the elder statesmen of the contemporary Christian music industry, having ignited the charts since the late-‘80s with DC Talk and expanding his career as a solo artist, label...
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Results of more rigorous tests show special education remains a distinct challenge for District schools.
Watching dogs play is very exciting, and there has been a lot empirical research on how and why dogs (and other animals) engage in this activity with boundless zeal. A number of people have asked me to comment about dog play after reading this section in a new book by Raymond Coppinger and Mark Feinstein called How Dogs Work. Show More Summary
Sandy Springs isn’t content to be the home of Georgia’s busiest intersection nor several stops on Marta’s Red Line. Growing Congestion has some in the city thinking about adding a few miles of monorail to tie it all together. Doug Richards of 11Alive reports: There is little question that Sandy Springs has transportation challenges. MARTA …
A San Francisco police officer whose good looks earned him the nickname “Hot Cop of Castro” was on medical leave when he allegedly hit two pedestrians with his Dodge Charger, then abandoned his vehicle and ran away, police said. Officer Christopher Kohrs turned himself in to fellow officers at...
TweetHere you go, a podcast from yesterday: November 29, 2015 | Re/code Decode, hosted by Kara Swisher – Brian Chesky, Airbnb CEO; Holiday Gift Guide “Airbnb CEO Brian Chesky talks with Kara Swisher about the attacks in Paris, raising “a couple billion” and the future of…” Start at 14:00 No Airbnb, you can’t really say you […]
Here's your chance to take a short break from being naughty and be nice. [ more › ]
End-of-the-day news: Post editorial page on federal government meddling in D.C., new test scores released, and more. [ more › ]
The vigil will take place outside of the Supreme Court building from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. [ more › ]
Here's what you need to know as the trial of William G. Porter, one of six police officers charged in the death of Freddie Gray, starts in Baltimore.
Mark the anniversary of the end of Prohibition by enjoying your constitutional right to a cocktail.
In a new memo to the board of the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, chair and CEO Dede Wilsey says she did absolutely nothing wrong and there is absolutely nothing to worry over. [ more › ]
2,565 complaints have been lodged this year. [ more › ]
Prosecutors described how a jogger was brutally attacked and raped in East River Park during the arraignment of suspect Paul Niles. [ more › ]
Apparently the school lunches at Chicago Public Schools are "disgusting." They're so unappetizing that some students at Roosevelt High School have launched an online campaign to fix that. [ more › ]
How many mornings have you sat at your desk and thought, "If only I had a maple-glazed donut, I could be so happy right now"? [ more › ]