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Washington tops U.S. cities for women’s well-being, report says

In our ongoing coverage of D.C. 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. Read full article >>
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