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John Dickerson, Political Director at CBS, Named as New ‘Face the Nation’ Host

last weekNews : NYTimes: News

He will replace Bob Schieffer, the chief Washington correspondent for CBS who has been the host of the Sunday morning show for 24 years.

Hillary Clinton To Nation: ‘Do Not Fuck This Up For Me’

last weekHumor : The Onion

WASHINGTON—After several seconds spent sitting motionless and glaring directly into the camera, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton reportedly began Sunday’s video announcing her 2016 presidential bid by warning the nation not to fuck th...

Uncommon Knowledge with Tom Cotton

(Scott Johnson) Senator Tom Cotton recently sat down with Peter Robinson in Washington to record an interview for Peter’s Uncommon Knowledge series (video below, 39 minutes). The interview focuses on questions of national security and offers cogent thoughts on the cause of the present discontents. Show More Summary

John Dickerson will succeed Bob Schieffer on ‘Face the Nation’

John Dickerson, CBS News’ political director and political correspondent for Slate, will replace CBS News’ chief Washington correspondent Bob Schieffer as host of “Face the Nation,” Schieffer announced on the show Sunday. Dickerson,Show More Summary

Religion events from around the Washington area

last weekReligion / Islam : On Faith

Saturday, 12:30 p.m.: Carillon concert. Edward M. Nassor performs. Washington National Cathedral, Bishop’s Garden area, 3101 Wisconsin Ave. NW. Free. 202-537-6200., 4 p.m.: Organist Paul Skevington performs works for the spring season on the Di Gennaro-Hart pipe organ. Show More Summary

Mr. Will Rogers Goes to Washington

The cowboy philosopher Will Rogers once said, “If you find yourself in a hole, stop digging.” Unfortunately, his advice is often ignored in Washington, where the answer to our national

Nats let another get away

PHILADELPHIA — The Washington Nationals lost to the Philadelphia Phillies, 3-2, Saturday night, their fourth loss in their first five games. The bullpen faltered again, this time eighth-inning man Blake Treinen, before the Phillies rallied for the winning run in the 10th.Read full article >>

Herrera's First Career Hit Lifts Phillies Over Nationals

last weekSports / Baseball : Bats

Odubel Herrera doubled home the winning run in the 10th inning with his first major league hit, lifting the Philadelphia Phillies to a 3-2 comeback win over the Washington Nationals on Saturday night.

Stories You Don't Want to Miss: Part 2 of Our Roundup of For-Profit College Coverage

Yesterday at Higher Ed Watch, we highlighted two noteworthy articles that were published while we were on winter break that have implications for the raging debate in Washington and in our nation’s news pages about for-profit higher education. Show More Summary

Dobson v. Cizik

James Dobson has asked the National Association of Evangelicals to "silence or fire" the Rev. Richard Cizik, the NAE official who has urged evangelicals to take global warming seriously, the Washington Post reports.

Name debate could be a factor in next Washington stadium

Two weeks ago, I visited FedEx Field for the first time, for the soccer match between Messi-less Argentina and national anthem-less El Salvador.  The building looks and feels far older and broken down than its opening date of 1997 would suggest. So it’s not surprising that Washington owner Daniel Snyder wants a new stadium before…

Ali Krieger suffers head injury during Washington Spirit’s NWSL opener

[SATURDAY UPDATE: Krieger suffered a concussion and sore shoulder but was cleared to travel and returned to Washington on the team flight.] Washington Spirit captain Ali Krieger, a probable U.S. national team starter at the Women’s World Cup this summer, was taken off the field on a stretcher Friday night in Houston after suffering a […]

Rand Paul Under Fire From Democrats and Republicans

Only a few days removed from his splashy debut as a presidential candidate -- complete with a "Defeat the Washington Machine" campaign slogan -- Rand Paul is taking fire from all sides. The Democratic National Committee is holding daily...Show More Summary

Injury Returns Can't Come Soon Enough for Sluggish Nationals Offense

The Washington Nationals entered 2015 as a threat to finish as Major League Baseball's first 100-win team since 2011, largely because their pitching just looks too darn good. To this end, here's the latest from the front: It's not going so well, mainly because of what's happening on the other side of the ball. Show More Summary

Samuel J. Buffone, D.C. lawyer in major cases, dies at 68

Samuel J. Buffone, a Washington lawyer for 40 years who obtained multimillion-dollar settlements on behalf of the Navajo Nation and victims of torture under Chilean dictator Augusto Pinochet’s regime, died April 3 at his home in Bethesda, Md. He was 68.Read full article >>

Treasures of Heaven at the Cleveland Museum of Art: A magical mystery tour of shared tradition

The Crippled and Sick Cured at the Tomb of Saint Nicholas, 1425. Gentile da Fabriano. Image courtesy of the Board of Trustees, National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC. I majored in Anthropology in college mainly because I was inspired...Show More Summary

Suspending the American Dream

By Bill McMorris, The Washington Free Beacon A tiny San Francisco suburb’s attempt to implement one of the nation’s highest minimum wages threatens to shatter an immigrant’s American dream.

Gio Gonzalez unravels in seventh as Phillies rally past Nationals, 4-1

PHILADELPHIA — The offseason questions about these much-heralded Washington Nationals boiled down to these: Could they hit consistently? And could their bullpen back their vaunted starting rotation?The answers will change as the season...Show More Summary

Three reasons not to panic about Nationals’ early struggles

This wasn’t the start the Washington Nationals were hoping for. They dropped two of their first three games to the Mets, Ian Desmond is on pace for a 162-error season, the team is batting.158 with runners in scoring position and my preseason...Show More Summary

Flowers Come Alive to Patrons’ Delight at D.C. Cherry Blossom Festival

A bevy of beautiful blooms attended the National Cherry Blossom Festival in Washington, D.C., to ask people to start their spring cleaning in the kitchen. The post Flowers Come Alive to Patrons’ Delight at D.C. Cherry Blossom Festival appeared first on PETA.

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