The Washington Post ran a piece on Glenn Hubbard, the chief economic adviser to President George W. Bush and now an adviser to Jeb Bush, which ignored much of Mr. Hubbard's history. For example, it told readers: "Hubbard believes that...Show More Summary
“I’m comfortable in my life. There is one thing I miss, looking in the eyes of the people who serve this country and saluting them.” — George W. Bush, quoted by the Washington Post, before adding he also misses the [...]
The quirky late night host on Fusion received Letterman's permission to use the Brooklyn and George Washington Bridge replicas from the Late Show.
Recommended Events & Nearby Snacks for Stoners: Put the High in Pra-hide with Gayzer Laser and George Michael Sing-Along by Emily Nokes Washington's First Dinosaur SCIENCE Mon–Sun, Burke Museum (University of Washington, 17th Ave NEShow More Summary
The Washington area is expected to gain 410,380 new households in the next eight years, but more than a third of them will be headed by low-income earners, says a new study by George Mason University’s Center for Regional Analysis.Read full article >>
In 1912, forty-two-year-old Private James Stine was sentenced to life in prison for the first degree murder of Corporal David Austin who he shot and killed on the parade grounds of Fort George Wright in Spokane, Washington. Stine said he killed Austin because of his harsh methods of disciplining soldiers of the all black 25th […]
The Washington Post ran a piece the other day about the fanatical competitiveness of the Bush clan. Now, this is a topic I know a wee bit about. Back in the Eighties my son Kelly and I watched George H.W. Bush throw the mother of all...Show More Summary
Washington Post: “The trend that worries conservative thinker Sabrina Schaeffer is this: Three elections ago, nearly half of all working mothers chose George W. Bush. In 2008, the share dropped to 40 percent for Sen. John McCain. By 2012, only [...]
Pineapple Express and George Washington director David Gordon Green's newest film is a surreal and surprising look at the dangers of holding on to and idolizing the past. During a recent visit to New York, the director spoke to The Mary Sue about putting femininity on a pedestal, working with Pacino, and his one and only foray into acting.
The specter of the US' infamous Iraqi war still haunts Washington: following in the footsteps of George W. Bush, US President Obama is getting bogged down in another controversial Middle Eastern war with no end in sight.
On 12 July 1775, five days after confirming the court-martial sentence of Capt. John Callender, Gen. George Washington issued orders for the trial of another Continental Army officer: A General Court Martial of the Line to sit at Head Quarters, in Cambridge, to morrow morning at Nine OClock, to try Col. Show More Summary
The American Automobile Association, the huge driver group that provides help on roadways to motorists, issued a harsh rebuke after part of the George Washington Memorial Parkway in Northern Virginia was shut down for 14 hours after a bus engine fell from the vehicle.Read full article >>
The northbound lanes of the George Washington Memorial Parkway are closed at Spout Run Parkway due to an overnight crash.Read full article >>
Jeb Bush won’t commit to campaigning alongside his brother, former President George W. Bush, the Washington Post reports. Said Jeb: “He’s been helpful already. He’s helped — in gatherings where it wasn’t inconvenient for him. And I — sure I’d [...]
E!’s host officiated the ceremony of George Carrancho and Sean Franklin during the Capital Pride Parade in Washington, D.C. read more
Moderator: F. Scott Kieff, US International Trade Commission and George Washington University Panelists: Stephen Haber, Hoover Institution and Stanford University: Good policy making starts with good research. Literature on patenting...Show More Summary
20-year-old landed on authorities' radar after allegedly loitering on the George Washington Bridge for 2 days in March
Jeb Bush announced his run for the US presidency today and warned Washington DC he's coming to shake things up. The two-term former Florida governor, younger brother of George W. Bush, and son of George H. W. Bush became the 11th person...Show More Summary
The man, whose name wasn't immediately released, was the 12th person to jump from the span this year.
“Don Quixote” The Royal Ballet Opera House The Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts Washington, DC June 13, 2015 evening by George Jackson © 2015 by George Jackson It is much too casually that we dismiss the Don from the ballet “Don Quixote”. Show More Summary