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Dana Perino: NPR Cut My Touching George W. Bush Story From Their Interview

Former White House press secretary Dana Perino appeared on The Kelly File on Friday night to lament that she shared a touching story about President Bush visiting wounded soldiers in Washington with National Public Radio, but they edited...Show More Summary

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Dr. Larry Arnn On The Humility Of George Washington And Jefferson’s Letter To The Commissioners Of The University Of Virginia

HH: It’s the last radio hour of the week. That means it’s time for the Hilldale Dialogue. You can listen to all of the Hillsdale Dialogues dating back three years now at You can also go avail yourself of all...Show More Summary

KEVIN WILLIAMSON: George Washington University’s Swastika Problem: The Left discovers the value …

KEVIN WILLIAMSON: George Washington University’s Swastika Problem: The Left discovers the value of fake hate crimes. I notice from Prof. John Banzhaf’s twitter feed that GWU is getting a lot of bad press in India, which they may come to regret since India is a source of many lucrative full-tuition foreign students. Which is why, […]

Fatal crash on George Washington Memorial Parkway

U.S. Park Police are investigating a fatal crash that occurred along the George Washington Memorial Parkway in Arlington County on Saturday morning.The single-vehicle crash occurred northbound on the parkway, just south of the first overlook north of Rosslyn, the department Tweeted at about 5 a.m. Saturday.Read full article >>

Is slab of blacktop a D.C. landmark?

Historic landmarks usually conjure up images of grassy Civil War battlefields and Colonial-era homes where George Washington once slept. In the affluent Spring Valley area of Northwest Washington, residents and city officials are hashing out the historical merits of an asphalt parking lot.Read full article >>

Landmark Status for Corcoran Gallery of Art Interior

Over the objections of George Washington University, the Corcoran's atrium and grand staircase win landmark protection.

ATPI Hosts Conference Today on Delivering Benefits to Low-income Taxpayers

The American Tax Policy Institute hosts a conference today on Delivering Benefits to Low-income Taxpayers through the Tax System organized by George Plesko (Connecticut) and Stephen Shay (Harvard) in Washington, D.C.: Congress has increasingly tasked the IRS to deliver a range of benefits through the tax system. The tax system...

It Took a Year for the Secret Service to Replace George H.W. Bush’s Ancient Alarm System

The Washington Post reported today that it took the Secret Service more than a year to fix President George H.W. Bush's 20-year-old alarm system in Houston, which stopped working in September 2013. The system wasn't replaced until the end of 2014. The Secret Service added another agent to the former... More »

Report: Alarm at George H.W. Bush home broken for 13 months

WASHINGTON — The alarm at former President George H.W. Bush's Texas home was broken for at least 13 months before the Secret Service fixed it, according to a report released Thursday by the Homeland Security Department's inspector general. Continue reading ? The post Report: Alarm at George H.W. Bush home broken for 13 months appeared first on PBS NewsHour.

Report: Alarm at G.H.W. Bush home broken for 13 months

WASHINGTON (AP) — A government watchdog says a security alarm at the Texas home of former President George H.W. Bush was broken for at least 13 months before the Secret Service fixed it. Homeland Security Inspector General John RothShow More Summary

Vilsack Flips Switch on New Solar Farm

On Earth Day, Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack flipped the switch to symbolically activate USDA’s first solar array project in the National Capital Region. The 1.6 Megawatt (MW) solar farm, located at the George Washington Carver Center (Carver Center) in Beltsville, Maryland, is the largest solar array on federal property in this region. Show More Summary

Former Seton Hall guard Jaren Sina transferring to George Washington

Seton Hall's tumultuous stretch in early February ultimately led to Sina's departure from the program.

George Washington Lands Transfers Jaren Sina, Alex Mitola

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Seton Hall transfer Jaren Sina is off the board to George Washington, where he will join former Gill St. Bernard’s teammate Alex Mitola, a Dartmouth transfer. Sina also considered Michigan, Stanford, Boston College, South Carolina, Binghamton and Rhode Island, among others. “I have made a decision and I will be playing for Coach Mike Lonergan at George Washington […]

Georgetown's Old Fillmore School To Become An Arts Incubator

George Washington University sold the building, which had been owned by the Corcoran, for an undisclosed price. [ more › ]

Naked ‘Mother Earth’ Has Earth Day Message for ‘Feeding the Planet’ Summit: Go Vegan!

Covered only with bodypaint representing the Earth’s oceans and continents, PETA’s nearly naked “Mother Earth” will greet attendees at George Washington University’s Feeding the Planet summit on Thursday, the... The post Naked ‘Mother Earth’ Has Earth Day Message for ‘Feeding the Planet’ Summit: Go Vegan! appeared first on PETA.

The Founding Fathers Fought Against Inequality

George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Alexander Hamilton, John Adams and James Madison Slammed Runaway Inequality The primary author of the Constitution – and later president – James Madison wrote: The great object [of political parties] should be to combat the evil: 1. Show More Summary

George Washington University sells one of two buildings it acquired in Corcoran deal

George Washington University announced Tuesday it plans to sell the Fillmore building, the historic schoolhouse it acquired last year, to the S&R Foundation, a Washington-based nonprofit corporation. The Fillmore is one of two buildings the university took control of last year as part of a court-approved break-up of the financially-troubled Corcoran Gallery of Art. The […]

Dr. Gridlock: Downed tree causes delays on GW Parkway south

Updated at 6:26 a.m.Virginia highway officials said ramps from the Capital Beltway’s outer loop to the southbound lanes of the George Washington Parkway have reopened. There were downed trees in the area. All lanes are open.Read full article >>

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