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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Ed Kelley
Members of the Washington press corps let their hair down and enjoyed laughs with their sources and numerous celebrities, including canine star Uggie, on Saturday night at the annual White House Correspondents' Association dinner.
"The 30-year legacy of The Times is a strong one, from coverage of the Cold War to political scandals to the election cycle of 2012," Editor Ed Kelley said. "The Times is no longer just a daily newspaper for the Washington area but a digital news organization with a national reach. But the values that sustain The Times today remain the same as they did in 1982 ... and the anniversary events next week will clearly reflect them."
"We're pleased and grateful for the recognition of our work across a variety of categories. Journalists at The Washington Times try hard every day to deliver news and information that our audiences — print and digital — can't get anywhere else," Times Executive Editor Ed Kelley said.