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How Would You Feel Inside the Engine of a Fighter Jet?

Judging by this great photo, I think sailor Ryan Draper is doing pretty well. Here, he inspects an F/A-18 afterburner in the jet shop aboard the Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS George Washington (CVN 73). Let’s hope it doesn’t suddenly start. [Mass Communication Specialist Seaman Bryan Mai/U.S. Navy] Read more...

Chris Christie Roasts New Jersey Reporters: 'Clean The Sht Out Of Your Ears'

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) ribbed reporters for their coverage of the George Washington Bridge lane closure scandal at an annual press roast Wednesday night, telling one journalist to "clean the shit out of your ears." According...Show More Summary

Christie Skewers Media in Expletive Filled Rant

Gov. Chris Christie (R) “gave an expletive-laced speech at an annual New Jersey media roast Wednesday, taking aim at reporters who had mocked him for the George Washington Bridge scandal, his travels and the state’s finances,” Bloomberg reports. Said Christie: [...]

Christie says he deserves media apology over bridge scandal

NEWARK, N.J. (AP) — New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie says he deserves an apology from the media over coverage of the George Washington Bridge scandal. The potential Republican presidential contender told CNBC's "Squawk Box" Thursday that he's been held to a higher standard than Democratic candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton.

42 Stunning Restored and Colorized Images from the Past

18 year old Russian girl being liberated from Dachau, (April 1945) Romanov sisters, Grand Duchesses Maria, Olga, Anastasia, and Tatiana, (1910) Manhattan at sunset from the George Washington Bridge, (December 1936) “Here lies an unknown...Show More Summary

GW Appoints Raj Rao, M.D., to Serve as Chair of the Department of Orthopedic Surgery

The George Washington University (GW) School of Medicine and Health Sciences, GW Hospital, and The GW Medical Faculty Associates are pleased to announce Raj Rao, M.D., as the new chair of the Department of Orthopedic Surgery.

Jeb Bush Faults Brother for Lack of Budget Discipline

“I think that, in Washington during my brother's time, Republicans spent too much money,” Jeb Bush said when asked to describe where there was a “big space” between himself and his brother George W. Bush.

Chris Christie Wants Media to Say Sorry for Bridge Scandal Coverage

Gov. Chris Christie said that he deserves apologies from the news media over the coverage of George Washington Bridge traffic jam scandal, and complained that Hillary Clinton hadn't been subjected to the same degree of scrutiny over her private email account.

Bush Administration Gave 'False Presentation' Of The True Intelligence, Briefer Charges

WASHINGTON -- Republican presidential candidates have been arguing over the past week that, in hindsight, President George W. Bush made the best decision he could have based on faulty intelligence when he launched the U.S.-led invasion...Show More Summary

Prosecutors in George Washington Bridge Case Seek to Seal Evidence

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Federal prosecutors say the are requesting the order, which defense lawyers oppose, to protect those who aren’t charged from disclosure of potentially embarrassing information.

Russians see Ukraine as an illegitimate state

The following is a guest post from political scientists Mikhail Alexseev (San Diego State University) and Henry Hale (George Washington University). Why have so many Russian citizens seemingly been so cavalier about the dismemberment...Show More Summary

Why Hillary Clinton Should Be Like George Washington

As someone who once daydreamed about becoming the first woman president, as the mother-in-law of three young women, and as the grandmother of a three year-old girl, I would like nothing better than to see a woman make history by stepping into the American presidency. Show More Summary

George Washington Bridge Scandal Trial Postponed

A trial for two former allies to Gov. Chris Christie facing criminal charges related to the George Washington Bridge lane closure scandal has been postponed to November from July.

'TURN: Washington's Spies' recap: General haunted by agonizing choice

Driven to near-insanity by an agonizing decision he must make, Gen. George Washington (Ian Kahn) enlists the aid of his trusted servant Billy Lee (Gentry White) on “Valley Forge,” Episode 207 of AMC’s “TURN: Washington’s Spies.”

'TURN: Washington's Spies' recap: General haunted by agonizing choice

Driven to near-insanity by an agonizing decision he must make, Gen. George Washington (Ian Kahn) enlists the aid of his trusted servant Billy Lee (Gentry White) on “Valley Forge,” Episode 207 of AMC’s “TURN: Washington’s Spies.”

Original Iraq War Skeptics Find The Rekindled Debate Maddening

WASHINGTON -- Though there were some bumps, leading Republican presidential candidates in the past week settled on an Iraq war narrative. But when President George W. Bush made the call, there was consensus that something had to be done...Show More Summary

Tim Cook Trolls Android Users During University Commencement Speech

With being the man that runs one of the world’s largest and more successful tech companies, it is not surprising that universities like the George Washington University have asked Apple’s CEO Tim Cook to give a graduation commencement speech. Show More Summary

Marco Rubio Wrong on Iraq

The Washington Post Fact Checker finds Sen. Marco Rubio’s (R-FL) claim that former President George W. Bush said himself that he would not have invaded Iraq is “simply false.” “We can find no evidence to justify Rubio’s claim that former [...]

Tim Cook's Inspiring Graduation Speech Isn't Just For Graduates

Change the world... and recycle your Android phone. Those were the key messages from Tim Cook's commencement speech at George Washington University's graduation on Sunday. The Apple CEO's words echoed similar sentiments from past graduation...Show More Summary

A Few Choice Excerpts From Tim Cook's Commencement Speech

Apple’s CEOs are fascinating: Where Steve Jobs cultivated a shrewd genius persona, Tim Cook’s journey to Apple’s upper echelon is equally inspiring. In his George Washington commencement speech this weekend, Cook shared some details about that journey—and threw in an iPhone joke or two. Read more...

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