In our ongoing
superlatives, it’s impossible not to notice that the best- and worst-of lists often focus on the superficial and, sometimes, absurd.
We’re happy to finally report on new research that gives Washington top marks for something other than our drinking
habits: women’s well-being.
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This year, media coverage of issues affecting women often failed badly, from trivializing sexual assault to pushing inaccurate reports on pending state abortion restrictions. Below are nine major ways the media failed women in 2014.... Read Post
We’ve been called called rude, ugly and over-caffeinated — but no D.C. superlative has proved quite as shocking as today’s addition to the ever-growing list. Washington, long derided as the land of dowdy pantsuits and Ann Taylor uni... Read Post
Washingtonians have been called fit, hip, highly literate, happy and very cool, but now we know all those superlatives haven’t gone to our heads. In a new list of America’s vainest cities, D.C. barely cracked the top 20. Read full a... Read Post