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FDR kin speaks in D.C. on Japanese internment, Syrian refugee backlash

- The Washington Times

The great-great-grandson of Theodore Roosevelt and distant cousin Franklin Delano Roosevelt will speak Monday evening at the Georgetown based Harvard Club about his new historical novel and legal thriller, which examines the constitutionality of Japanese internment during World War II, and the balance between liberty and security in a free society.

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Grasp the final fall foliage on a D.C. cruise

- The Washington Times

The Washington Times recently had an opportunity to take an afternoon bottomless mimosa brunch cruise from the good folks at Odyssey cruises aboard the Odyssey III, docked in Southwest, for a fall foliage voyage along D.C.'s Potomac waterfront.

Kathy Szeliga, a Republican member of the Maryland House of Delegates, announced she is seeking the GOP nomination for U.S. Tuesday in Annapolis. (Associated Press)

Minority Whip Szeliga joins GOP race for open Senate seat

- The Washington Times

Maryland House of Delegates Minority Whip Kathy Szeliga, one of the most powerful Republicans in the state legislature, announced Tuesday she will run for the state's open U.S. Senate seat next year, giving the GOP a high-profile candidate in a very Democratic-leaning state.