We begin today’s roundup with Joan Walsh at The Nation who looks at the Cruz-Fiorina gambit: ?OK, let’s get some things straight: Senator Ted Cruz won’t have an actual “running mate,” because he won’t have a presidential candidacy much longer. Show More Summary
Reactions to 12th Grade NAEP Declines? Mostly Tempered - Curriculum Matters - Education Week https://t.co/Ear2PvwBl8 Study: No Child Left Behind Improved Teacher Attendance in Struggling Schools | The 74 http://ow.ly/4neKrA NationalShow More Summary
On Our Radar Bitch HQ Happy Monday! • Beyoncé’s “Lemonade” is here and the world will never be the same. [The New Yorker] • Ellen Malcolm on founding Emily's List, electing pro-choice Democratic women to state and national office, and the power of women. Show More Summary
The Reds finally broke through against the Cubs’ dominant pitching, beating Chicago, 13-5. The visiting Twins struck out 18 times in a 2-0 loss to the Nationals.
As the Republican National Committee rules stand, a candidate must have won a majority of delegates in eight contests, meaning John Kasich does...
Looks like everything is under control among Republicans who are bracing for a contested convention to stop Donald Trump: The Republican National Committee’s rules committee on Thursday chose to punt on changing rules for how a presidential nominee is chosen in a contested convention. In avoiding a high-profile battle to simplify the rules, the […]
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Washington’s Max Scherzer allowed one run on five hits in seven innings, Bryce Harper hit his fourth home run of the season, and the Nationals are off to their best start ever.
On Our Radar Bitch HQ Happy Wednesday! • Hurray! President Obama designated the Sewall-Belmont House a national monument. Suffragette Alice Paul wrote the Equal Rights Amendment there. [Medium] • In what states do women have the most...Show More Summary
A weekly roundup of the goings-on with the Nationals' minor league affiliates, who struggled to play this weekend's schedule around the wintery weather as much as the major league team did.
All eyes are on Wisconsin today. The prize includes 42 Republican delegates and 96 Democratic delegates. Democratic National Committee Chairwoman...
In his Washington debut, Daniel Murphy drove in the go-ahead run in the 10th inning after homering earlier in the game.
Evaluating Palmyra’s wreckage. An oil well springs inside a new national monument. Rubber duck artist irritated by rubber duck protesters. Plus, shows by women are changing the story of art. Or are they? Also: recording Mexico’s violence, wild churches and the California of Philip K. Dick. — A...
Spotlight on: Kenny DeForest While there is no clear path to success, starting a comedy career in one of the nation’s smaller scenes is a strong recommendation. While not as busy as Los Angeles or New York, what these “minor league”Show More Summary
This week the nation got to experience March Madness a few days early with Donald Trump's back-to-back town halls. On Tuesday, Trump said he supports nuclear non-proliferation but also suggested that South Korea and Japan get nuclear weapons of their own (the latter has a pretty good rationale for being nuclear-free). Show More Summary
George Washington won its first National Invitation Tournament championship, getting 18 points from Kevin Larsen to beat Valparaiso, 76-60, on Thursday night at Madison Square Garden.
It’s Plate of Nations time again in the MLK corridor, now conveniently reachable from Capitol Hill and UW. App-based ride services soon allowed at Seatac ($). Angle Lake construction allegedly harming local businesses ($). Freighthouse Square deal back on track. Snohomish County leaders say 25-year ST3 timeline is “unacceptable.” Indeed, dismay at the delivery time […]
Jessica Alba … the National Enquirer is making some wild claims about Ted Cruz and mistresses … clearly I’m not (...)
The top-ranked Huskies, who have three straight national championships in hand, weren’t looking ahead as they face Mississippi State in the round of 16 on Saturday.
Just when you thought the Republican primary campaign couldn’t get any more noble and high-minded… Sen. Ted Cruz blamed “Donald Trump and his henchmen” for planting a National Enquirer story that accused him of extramarital affairs. Vehemently denying the story as “garbage” and “complete and utter lies,” the Republican presidential hopeful took his longest […]