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McCain's challenge to Obama on town halls will soon begin to pay off.
Who were the best offensive linemen to ever play for the Washington Redskins? I make my picks here. If you agree, support me with your comments. If you disagree, then let me have it! ..... in your comments.
Randy Tomlin didn't have overpowering stuff, but he got the most out of his abilities as a left-handed starter with the Pittsburgh Pirates in the early '90s. Now, as pitching coach of the advanced Class A Potomac Nationals, he's helping some of Washington's best young prospects do the same. By Jay LeBlanc.
One computer magazine editor says laptop computers aren't for everybody. True, but the fellow is selling computer users short in many instances.
Straight from the mind of Nats PR man Bill Gluvna, it's the weekly Minor-League Report...
They're just about ready to get cooking here in Toronto at the NHL Awards Show. The red carpet walk is in full swing outside on Yonge Street
Keeping the travel close to home, writer Lisa Ruth checks out the newest Tampa, Florida attraction, Jungala, at Busch Gardens.
Safety Chris Horton, a seventh-rounder, became the first of Washington's 10 draft picks to sign with the team this afternoon.
Vice President Cheney today said he regrets "not getting [Osama] bin Laden," but nothing else, looking back on his nearly eight years in the White House.
Sandeep Caberwal, a lawyer and entrepreneur, is now known for something different: modeling high-fashion mens clothing while sporting his Sikh turban; possibly the first Sikh in this country to be photographed in a fashion spread
It's official: The world has run out of competitive events to televise.
President Bush was asked in an interview with France 3 TV whether he believes the U.S. will still be the world's greatest superpower in 10 years.
Many people are comparing the current oil crisis to the 1973 and 1979 shortages, but there are major differences for the auto industry.
As the Chicago White Sox slumped toward their eventual 70-92 record last summer, the team realized it would need an influx of good young pitching to compete in the A.L. Central going forward and took pitchers with their first six picks in last June's MLB draft. With three big-league caliber pitches in his repertoire and outstanding command, third-rounder John Ely looks like he'll be ready to help the big league club sooner rather than later. By Jay LeBlanc.
Media room regulars hadn't heard a car make so much racket since Sterling Palmer last haunted these parts more than a decade ago.
Some DC government officials are not doing a good job about educating our suburban neighbors about the economic realities of this city's small tax base.
The last of the organized team activities just finished and the players are off until training camp begins on July 20.
The Nationals haven't formally named their starting pitcher for Saturday's game in Seattle, but all signs point to Tyler Clippard returning from Class AAA Columbus and making another fill-in start for Odalis Perez.
Donne Tempo Magazine's Lisa Ruth's last days at Indigo Reef. And could she last 6 days without working.. NOPE! Where is the internet connection....