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Kuznetsov's 2 goals lead Capitals to 4-1 win over Flyers

26 minutes agoSports / Hockey : USAToday: NHL

Evgeny Kuznetsov scored two goals, Braden Holtby made 33 saves and the Washington Capitals beat the Philadelphia Flyers 4-1        

2017 Stanley Cup Final odds: Capitals a firm favorite as Blackhawks dip

Once the most-favored potential Stanley Cup winner, Chicago has fallen behind Washington, Minnesota

Injury to Andre Burakovsky allows Capitals to evaluate depth

Washington has been the healthiest team in the league this season.        

Urban Outfitters is selling a T-shirt with the classic AOL logo for $45 (AOL)

Want a taste of some 90's early internet nostalgia? For $45, this T-shirt featuring AOL's classic logo can be yours, courtesy of Urban Outfitters: Ted Leonsis, the former AOL exec and current owner of the Washington Capitals hockey team, even tweeted about it: AOL Tshirts, back in vogue here, click to buy. Show More Summary

Washington memorials defaced by graffiti over holiday weekend

yesterdayNews : The Raw Story

Three of Washington’s best-known monuments were defaced with graffiti over the Presidents Day weekend, the third major vandalism of memorials in the U.S. capital since 2013, a National Park Service spokesman said on Tuesday. The Lincoln Memorial, Washington Monument and World War II Memorial...

Pentagon cites evidence of Islamic State 'exodus' from Raqqa

4 days agoNews : The Newsroom

WASHINGTON (AP) — A months-long campaign to isolate and pressure the Islamic State group's self-declared capital of Raqqa, Syria, is paying off as the administrative backbone of the militant organization is beginning to crack, the Pentagon said Friday.

Zetterberg scores in shootout, Red Wings beat Capitals 3-2

Henrik Zetterberg scored a tiebreaking goal on Detroit's fifth shootout attempt and then Petr Mrazek stopped Alex Ovechkin, sending the Red Wings to a 3-2 win over the Washington Capitals        

The Capital's Hottest Restaurants Will Shut Down To Protest Trump

Urban dwellers in Washington, DC, will have a tough time dining out tomorrow: A growing number of the city's restaurants and bars will be closed in solidarity with a strike dubbed "A Day Without Immigrants." Fliers circulating on social...Show More Summary

Capitals acquire defenseman Tom Gilbert from Kings

The Washington Capitals have acquired defenseman Tom Gilbert from the Los Angeles Kings for a conditional draft pick        

Capitals acquire defenseman Tom Gilbert from Kings

Washington gets their depth defenseman. The Washington Capitals addressed a trade deadline need on Wednesday, acquiring defenseman Tom Gilbert from the Los Angeles Kings. The Kings received future considerations for the veteran. TheShow More Summary

Mr. Netanyahu Goes To Washington

Very few capital cities in the world witnessed scenes of joy on the eighth of November 2016, when Donald Trump was elected President, and nowhere there registered a bigger, louder sigh of relief than in Jerusalem. PM Benjamin Netanyahu...Show More Summary

After More Than 30 Years At The Helm, Michael Kahn To Step Down From Washington’s Shakespeare Theatre

Kahn will leave having made Shakespeare a native language in the nation’s capital, and having done more to reshape and elevate D.C. theater than anyone since the late Arena Stage founder Zelda Fichandler.

ANDREW MALCOLM: Psst, here’s how political leaks really work. Leaking in political capitals lik…

ANDREW MALCOLM: Psst, here’s how political leaks really work. Leaking in political capitals like Washington can be a sophisticated strategic game with trade-craft elements of a John LeCarre novel involving code words, secret rendezvous in person or by phone and fake messages to advance or defeat a cause and especially to detect a leaker’s identity. […]

NHL Power Rankings: Youthful Wild, streaky Blackhawks on heels of red-hot Capitals

The Washington Capitals aren't showing any signs of slowing down and top this week's rankings

Report shows schools in nation's capital remain intensely segregated

The UCLA Civil Rights Project/Proyecto Derechos Civiles today released a new research report on segregation and its alternatives in Washington D.C. showing that despite the sharply increasing diversity of the nation's capital, generation after generation of African American students in Washington D.C. Show More Summary

White leads Colorado past Washington State, 81-49

Derrick White scored 23 points and the Colorado Buffaloes capitalized on the return of suspended seniors Wesley Gordon and Xavier Johnson to wallop Washington State 81-49 on Sunday night        

Zach Sanford's first goal helps Capitals tie NHL home scoring record

Washington scored at least five goals for a record-tying 11 consecutive home games.        

Caps F Burakovsky to miss at least month with injured hand

Washington Capitals forward Andre Burakovsky is expected to miss at least a month with an injured right hand        

Announcing Gateway Pundit Washington DC Expansion: The New Voice of Reason in the Nation’s Capital

The Gateway Pundit is pleased to announce our new Washington, D.C. expansion. With the lying liberal media currently monopolizing the... The post Announcing Gateway Pundit Washington DC Expansion: The New Voice of Reason in the Nation’s Capital appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.

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