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  • Brew, by George! NY co. to make Washington's beer

    George Washington is famous for many things. Yet it's safe to say few know the nation's founding father created a recipe for beer.


  • Brew, by George! NY co. to brew Washington's beer

    George Washington is famous for many things. Yet it's safe to say few know the nation's founding father created a recipe for beer.


  • George Washington fires Karl Hobbs

    Karl Hobbs was fired Monday as men's basketball coach at George Washington after 10 seasons at the school.


  • AP Source: George Washington's Karl Hobbs resigns

    A person familiar with the situation says Karl Hobbs has resigned as men's basketball coach at George Washington after 10 seasons at the school.


  • Patrick Nero is George Washington University's new athletic director. (George Washington University Athletics)

    New George Washington AD Patrick Nero going back to school

    Patrick Nero spent nearly the last six years as the commissioner of the America East. A yearning to find his way back to a school led him to become George Washington's next athletic director.


  • BOOK REVIEW: 'Inventing George Washington'

    One of the better moments in George Bernard Shaw's "The Devil's Disciple," a minor comedy set in Revolutionary America, occurs when a baffled Blimp by the name of Major Swindon, appalled by the prospect of imminent British defeat at Saratoga, asks the suave but outmaneuvered British Gen. John Burgoyne a question: "What will history say?"


  • Shaka Smart

    DALY: Mid-majors shine when coaches stay

    In a perfect world, every NCAA basketball tournament would be like this last one, with mid-majors busting brackets, crashing the Final Four and making Dick Vitale's eyes bulge. It would be nice to think we might be inching closer to that now that Shaka Smart has signed an eight-year contract to remain at VCU and Brad Stevens shows no signs of walking away from his lengthy deal with Butler. If those guys stay put, maybe other successful coaches from off-the-beaten-path schools will, too - and the NCAA tourney will become an even wilder party than it already is.


  • Secret Service tape from Reagan attack is released

    A Secret Service audiotape 30 years old sheds light on the chaotic aftermath of Ronald Reagan's shooting when neither the president nor his guardians realized he'd been shot, and an agent's snap decision to get him to a hospital might have saved his life.


  • Sessoms

    President of UDC feels heat for travel spending

    UDC President Allen Sessoms is in the proverbial hot seat. Students are calling for his ouster, news reports say he spends exorbitant sums on his travels, and D.C. Council Chairman Kwame R. Brown is demanding straight answers on spending questions.


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