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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - Gray'S Administration
It's high drama and riveting politics these days as Wal-Mart Stores Inc., the nation's most thoroughly red-state retailer, charges deep into blue-state territory in its efforts to expand beyond its comfortably established realm in rural America and suburbia by moving into the often hostile territory of inner cities.
Officials in the D.C. area girded for heavy rains and dangerous winds on Sunday into next week, as Hurricane Sandy creeps up the eastern seaboard.
When the U.S. Coast Guard opens its new headquarters in Southeast next year, it will house a cafeteria that is "significantly undersized" for the 4,400 people it expects to employ.
The administration of D.C. Mayor Vincent C. Gray is rightly coming under scrutiny for some seemingly unsavory hiring practices and shady individuals who find themselves on the payroll ("Aware of felony, Gray gave job to D.C. campaign worker," Page 1, Wednesday).