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2015/07/01 19:19
2015/07/01 19:19
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The time will never be better than today to recall the tribute Calvin Coolidge once wrote about Walter Johnson, Washington’s greatest baseball star. (Actually, this probably isn’t the right time,...
2015/07/01 19:19
2015/07/01 19:19
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2015/07/01 17:20
2015/07/01 17:20
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And then there were six Racing Presidents. The Washington Nationals are adding Calvin Coolidge, AKA "Silent Cal," to their stable of giant foam caricature heads of former commanders-in-chief. Coolidge...
2015/07/01 05:15
2015/07/01 05:15
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A late-afternoon thunderstorm did not dampen the event for athletes, their families, coaches and other invited guests. They enjoyed traditional seasonal fare including wieners and ice cream as well as...
2015/06/25 21:03
2015/06/25 21:03
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Thursday, June 25, 2015 AUGUSTA, Ga. (WRDW) - The case against the suspect Richmond County Deputies say shoot and killed a man on Norris Ln., has been handed over to a grand jury. Walter Johnson,...
2015/06/24 23:19
2015/06/24 23:19
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One of the nation’s largest school systems is rethinking its approach to final exams and could scrap them entirely, a response to growing concern about the volume of student testing and the toll it...
2015/06/23 00:19
2015/06/23 00:19
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In 11 years of White House service, Walter Scheib saw little of the partisanship that has divided American government. He worked for two presidents, a Democrat and a Republican, but witnessed no sea...
2015/06/22 22:16
2015/06/22 22:16
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Schools are out. Kids are home or in summer programs. It's time for summer vacation. If you're looking for books to take with you — whether you're headed to the beach, a national park or your own...
2015/06/22 00:31
2015/06/22 00:31
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And now, a rare panoramic photo taken that day is being offered for sale. Indians team historian Jeremy Feador says -- with an expected price of more than $25,000 -- the team won't be bidding. “We...
2015/06/21 13:40
2015/06/21 13:40
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Scherzer lost his bid in agonizing fashion, plunking a batter with two outs in the ninth inning before finishing off a no-hitter Saturday in the Washington Nationals' 6-0 win over the Pittsburgh...
2015/06/19 04:20
2015/06/19 04:20
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Baseball is, in many ways, the quintessential American sport. The ball, bat and glove have become synonomous with childhood dreams and adult fantasies. It can be played in grassy fields with close...
2015/06/17 16:15
2015/06/17 16:15
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Although begun as a Fly-In on 170 acres at the Denton FarmPark where people could pay to take a flying loop over Davidson County, the event evolved into one of the largest antique machine and farm...
2015/06/17 10:03
2015/06/17 10:03
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Our defining institution, in nine lives. This article supplements Episode 3 of the History of American Slavery, our inaugural Slate Academy. Please join Slate's Jamelle Bouie and Rebecca Onion for a...
2015/06/15 07:48
2015/06/15 07:48
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Today we live in different times. My alma mater, Walter Johnson High School in Montgomery County, Md., is one of several schools to have decided that their commencement ceremony this year would...
2015/06/12 11:49
2015/06/12 11:49
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COLUMBUS, GA (WTVM) - It's hard to believe that in the history of the U.S. presidency, only one of our Chief Executives was born in June. Today is the anniversary of that occasion, 91 years after it...
2015/06/12 08:48
2015/06/12 08:48
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This article originally appeared on In this age of police thuggery, it seems that almost every few days brings another video recorded incident of white-on-black police violence and excessive force....
2015/06/10 12:56
2015/06/10 12:56
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Fans will gather – all decked out in tennis attire – at 6 p.m. June 18 in Thalian Hall's ballroom for a catered reception and a chance to meet filmmaker Rex Miller, director of hit PBS series “A...
2015/06/10 01:30
2015/06/10 01:30
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EUGENE, Ore. – Temperatures reached the 90s in the Willamette Valley on Tuesday, setting records in Eugene and Roseburg. These high temperatures are having a major impact on the harvest...
2015/06/08 15:55
2015/06/08 15:55
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ROCKVILLE, MARYLAND (AP) -- Out of respect for transgender students, three high schools in Maryland's Montgomery County have begun using a single color for graduation robes to make them gender...
2015/06/06 19:12
2015/06/06 19:12
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Across the June draft's first 50 seasons, different players have provided for different teams' needs, delivering greatness or something less. But who was the best or perhaps the signature player in...
2015/06/04 13:19
2015/06/04 13:19
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... Elbert/The Washington Post) Seventeen years ago, Post sports columnist Shirley Povich died at age 92. A heart attack pried the pen from his hand, pulled his fingers off the keys, but not before...
2015/07/01 19:19
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