John Kerry held a press conference call today to blast McCain for his recent fundraising appeal, which uses the Irq war and attacks Obama for not having visited U.S. troops in years.
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It's a real surprise how many self-proclaimed polite and civil Washingtonians change during a certain time of day that I call "The Ugly Hours."
Unlike some fans, I won't just pop the chads of my favorite players or those on the hometown team - as a fan of Major League Baseball in general, I feel like it's my duty to vote responsibly in hopes that the most deserving players nab starting gigs in the Midsummer Classic.
Just got word straight from the coach: Redskins training camp will start on Sunday, July 20.
The White House this morning said their “central objection” to Scott McClellan’s new book is that the former press secretary says President Bush “misled” the U.S. into war in Iraq.
The South Dakota Argus-Leader has endorsed Sen. Clinton while admitting it's unlikely she will win the nomination.
However there is more. Much more. Speak to the Hotel Jerome’s concierge, Patsy Pelaia, a recipient of the prestigious Les Clefs d’Or Gold Keys award, and makes plans for golf at the prestigious Snowmass Club Golf Course, horseback riding or hot-air ballooning. Make an appointment for some guided fly-fishing or deep-forest hiking**.
The Hotel Jerome, and Aspen, Colorado is not just for ski season. By far, one might think ski season is an afterthought following a June visit.
Writer Jacquie Kubin, Donne Tempo Magazine, visited the Hotel Jerome, Aspen Colorado and found a winter-wonderland in June. Reprinted from Donne Tempo Magazine (June 2007)
Have you been ticketed for talking on your cell phone while driving in the District? If so, you might be out a hundred bucks, but under one company's new promotion, you're eligible for a free wireless headset.
No, he's Charlie Manning, and he may not be wearing a Nats uniform much longer. The rookie left-hander just served up a towering, three-run homer to Jody Gerut (Jody Gerut!) to give the Padres a 5-2 lead in the bottom of the eighth.
John Lannan authored yet another fine pitching performance for the Nats today -- two runs, five hits over six innings -- but emerged with no decision.
Usually you don't hear a whiff of bad stuff about Buddhists, who number roughly 360 million worldwide.
The nation's No. 1 brick-and-mortar book seller, Barnes & Noble Inc., recently inked a deal with Zinio LLC to sell digital versions of magazines. Under the deal, visitors to BN.com can choose from more than 1,000 titles and order them via both print and digital subscriptions.
While Ben will have his own minor league story in tomorrow's paper, this report comes straight from the mind and laptop of Nats PR man Bill Gluvna
I said that I favor the old guard. So it should be to no one's surprise that the first article under the headline of "Whatever happened to ..." is about Eddie LeBaron.
Writer Lisa Ruth and her crew travel to Indigo Reef with with her best friend. First one of three installments.