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For Memorial Day weekend: Venus, Jupiter and Merc...
As the Memorial Day Weekend takes shape, find a fun planetary triangle in the west-northwestern sky at dusk. Thanks to celestial mechanics and our own unique, earthly perspective on the cosmos, the...
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Supermoon to rise Saturday
Saturday's moon should be something to ooh and aah over. It's the first of three "supermoons" expected the summer, a term coined to describe the size of the moon when its at its closest point to the...
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Commie Dearest: Elliott Holt’s Debut Novel Makes ...
Elliott Holt knows exactly when Homeland jumped the shark. “In the middle of Season 2,” Holt says. We’re at Kramerbooks discussing her debut novel, You Are One of Them. But talking about the book...
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Another View: Obama’s overlooked order to open go...
By Alexander B. Howard Long before steam engines and turbines carried us swiftly over the oceans, a disabled sailor who could no longer serve on a ship found something to do ashore: aggregate the...
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Vice President Joe Biden was officially sworn into office for a second term Sunday morning at his official residence, the
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