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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Omni Shoreham Hotel
The Shoreham Hotel is a hotel in Northwest Washington, D.C., owned by Omni Hotels. It is located at the intersection of Connecticut Avenue and Calvert Street. Built in 1930, the building was designed by Waddy Butler Wood. - Source: Wikipedia
Sen. Ted Cruz may be under fire from colleagues at the Capitol, but he was a hero to the thousands at the annual Values Voters Summit who praised him for refusing to give up his push to defund Obamacare and helping ignite the government shutdown.
U.S. obesity rates have hit a plateau but are still projected to rise gradually over the next to decades from 34 percent to 42 percent of the population, researchers from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Monday at a conference in Washington, D.C.
Rep. Ron Paul easily won a Republican presidential candidate straw poll Saturday at the conservative Values Voter Summit in Washington, while two of the most popular candidates in the race — Texas Gov. Rick Perry and former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney — finished near the bottom.
Herman Cain and Newt Gingrich have a singular mission: to win the Republican Party's presidential nomination and defeat President Obama next year. But in back-to-back speeches Friday at a gathering of conservative activists in Washington, the two Georgians took widely divergent approaches to spread their message.
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