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Bradley Cooper Is A Real Life Wedding Crasher — & Even Caught The Bouquet!

Talk about a fun surprise! Over the weekend, Bradley Cooper made sure to swing by a family friend's wedding for an unannounced visit while he was in Washington, D.C. visiting his alma mater, Georgetown. Related: Lady GaGa Gushes About Working With Bradley! The photographer for the fun festivities spilled the beans online about the 41-year-old's wedding-crashing moment by [...]

Versatile Free/IMer Sam Tarter Makes Verbal Commitment to Princeton

By Anne Lepesant on SwimSwam Sam Tarter of Nation's Capital Swim Club and Georgetown Preparatory School has made a verbal commitment to the application process at Princeton University. Read the full story on SwimSwam: Versatile Free/IMer Sam Tarter Makes Verbal Commitment to Princeton

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Georgetown College News: NAIA Division I National Player of the Year, Deondre McWhorter (Georgetown College) signs to play professionally in England.

Georgetown Family Medicine Physician Named to National Academy of Medicine

The National Academy of Medicine has elected Andrew William Bazemore, MD, MPH, director, Robert Graham Center for Policy Studies in Family Medicine and Primary Care, and assistant professor of family medicine at Georgetown University School of Medicine, as a lifetime member.

Georgetown College Rankings: Earnings, Majors, Academic Preparation, And Graduate Degree Attainment

Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce, Ranking Your College: Where You Go and What You Make (pdf): In September 2015, the U.S. Department of Education released its redesigned College Scorecard, a web tool that allows users to access a vast array of information about the quality of colleges...

At 2 Georgetown Cemeteries, History in Black and White

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There is an effort to restore Mount Zion, a run-down black cemetery in the Georgetown neighborhood of Washington, next to the lush Oak Hill, where a mostly white elite is buried.

Tremont Waters to Georgetown: Hoyas Land 4-Star PG Prospect

The Georgetown Hoyas found the floor general to lead the offense a few years from now, securing the commitment of Tremont Waters on Wednesday. Notre Dame High School shared a clip of Waters making his decision: " The feeling I had when...Show More Summary

Four-star point guard commits to Georgetown

John Thompson III just won a big recruiting battle. Tremont Waters, a top-40 recruit in the Class of 2017, committed to Georgetown on Wednesday at a ceremony at his high school. The four-star point guard chose the Hoyas after visiting the school last weekend. “The feeling I had when I went to Georgetown, everyone pretty […]

Surveillance video shows robbery at Georgetown store

D.C. police released surveillance showing four people robbing a store in Georgetown that sells clothing, shoes and accessories. The robbery occurred Oct. 13 at a store in the 1400 block of Wisconsin Avenue NW.

Georgetown Prep gets $20 million anonymous gift, largest in its history

Donation to 227-year-old school in Maryland will allow for restoration of two halls on campus.

Your Face Is Probably In A Police Facial Recognition Database

WASHINGTON ? Over 117 million American adults are included in facial recognition databases used by law enforcement agencies, according to a new study from Georgetown Law’s Center on Privacy and Technology. “The Perpetual Line Up” found that 1 out of 2 adults appear in a facial recognition database. Show More Summary

Half of All American Adults Have Pictures in Police Facial Recognition Systems

Click here for reuse options! Law enforcement agencies are looking into ways to expand on that number. If you’re already worried about the growth of the surveillance state, a new study may give you pause. Researchers from GeorgetownShow More Summary

Study: 1 in 2 Americans' faces are in FBI facial recognition system

Facial recognition in law enforcement may be a technological advancement, but two new reports are raising questions about how it's used and who it's used on. According to a new study from Georgetown Law, 1 in 2 Americans' faces are now in the FBI's facial recognition database. Show More Summary

Roy Blunt reminds Missouri voters where his priorities are with D.C. lobbyist fundraiser

The Missouri Democratic Party wins the coveted press release of the day award with this headline: Notable Georgetown resident and U.S. Senator spotted fundraising at home instead of campaigning in Missouri That would be Roy Blunt, at the George Hotel, on Monday. Show More Summary

Surveillance video shows 4 people robbing Georgetown store

Police release video surveillance showing four people robbing store, assaulting employee in NW D.C.

Facial Recognition Technology Disproportionately Affects African Americans

A Georgetown University think tank and the American Civil Liberties Union, along with 52 other civil liberties organizations are urging the U.S. Department of Justice to look into the way federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies use face recognition technology, which they says is having a “disparate impact on communities of color.” On Tuesday, […]

Half of all U.S. adults are in face-recognition databases, and Black people more likely to be targeted

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“One in two American adults is in a law enforcement face recognition network.” “The Perpetual Lineup” report out today from a Georgetown University thinktank makes a compelling case for greater oversight of police facial-recognitionShow More Summary

91 Stranger (Than Usual) Things To Do In Seattle This Week: October 18-23

The Sherlock Seattle Convention, A Georgetown Haunted History Tour, The Tobolowsky Files, And More Unusual Picks by Stranger Things To Do Staff Our arts critics have already recommended 42 great things to do this week and our music critics have picked the 37 best concerts, but there are still hundreds more events happening. Show More Summary

The Feds Already Have Your Face in a Database

Look to your left. Look to your right. Do you see two people? Congrats on being social today. One of those two people is probably included in the FBI’s massive facial recognition database. A new Georgetown report says there are 117 million Americans in the database. That’s about 50 percent of the population. Read more...

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