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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge — better known as Prince William and the former Kate Middleton — faced more protests by French-speaking separatists Sunday after arriving in Quebec City on a Canadian navy frigate that sailed down the picturesque St. Lawrence River.
Prince William and Kate faced more protests by French-speaking separatists Sunday after arriving in Quebec City on a Canadian navy frigate that sailed down the picturesque St. Lawrence Seaway..
This year's Fourth of July race to stuff your face with hot dogs has a new women-only pigout.
In May 2007, the D.C. unemployment rate stood at 5.4 percent. Today it stands at 9.8 percent.
Once upon a time, summertime was camp-meeting time all over Indiana, but now not quite so much. Nevertheless, it's a season for politicians to hit the sawdust trail in search of something that passes for the old-time religion. Judgment Day is at hand.
D.C. lawmakers vote today on fiscal 2012 budget; Thomas case exposes ethics loophole as Nathan criticizes D.C. Council's ethics bill; Allen has a 'Blueprint for America’s Comeback'; Kaine: No 2012 budget from Senate is 'major failure'; Prince George's bids for Redskins HQ study; NORAD intercepts second plane in area in three days
A former Oakland community group leader has been found guilty of ordering the murders of a journalist and two other men.
Las Vegas Mayor Oscar B. Goodman surveyed the piles of memorabilia spilling from his City Hall office: the bowling ball disguised as an olive, the diamond-studded bottle of gin, the Red Bull minirefrigerator. It all must go, but he can't bring himself to start packing.
Stephen Hopkins-Bey says he has a pretty clear picture of what will happen if District lawmakers follow through on proposed cuts in their upcoming budget that would likely close the homeless shelter in which he lives.