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The NFL’s Washington Redskins, whose name and mascot have been sources of controversy in recent months because of their reference to Native Americans, have found both a new opponent and supporter of a name change.
Almost a year after the Seattle game, questions of trust between Robert Griffin III and the Shanahans continue to be asked.
The National Security Agency tracks the locations of nearly 5 billion cellphones every day overseas, including those belonging to Americans abroad, The Washington Post reported Wednesday.
Get out your smartphones, laptops and tablets. The Vatican is about to publish ancient religious texts online.
It's bad enough that the U.S. Postal Service released a so-called "Forever" stamp it claimed contained the image of the Statue of Liberty — the one that stands in New York Harbor — when it was actually, and mistakenly, the image of the version that stands outside New York-New York Casino Hotel in Las Vegas.
Sometimes the worst possible gift for a liberal is to give him everything he wants. President Obama no doubt feels this after getting his way on Obamacare, which is easily the biggest disaster of his presidency. Colorado Democrats are likewise stinging after they rammed a gun-control scheme through the legislature in March that has the public screaming for their heads. These Democratic lawmakers ought to warn their newly elected colleagues in Virginia against repeating the same mistake.
President Obama has sent a query to Israel's Benjamin Netanyahu, asking the fiery and blunt-talking prime minister to take a break from his criticism of the U.S.-forged deal with Iran.
It wasn't exactly the disastrous rollout of Obamacare, but 10 years ago this week, Washington was consumed with another scandal, dubbed by one CNN newscaster as "Turkey-gate": Was that a fake turkey President George W. Bush was photographed with during his first surprise visit with troops in Iraq?
The White House has set its regulatory sights on nonprofits — particularly nonprofits with a political mission — and proposed a new batch of rules that would even prohibit the groups from distributing voter guides, or helping voters to register for elections.
If practice makes perfect, then it's no surprise the Redskins had one of their worst games of the season Monday night against the 49ers.
Thanksgiving is a time when we express our gratitude to the Almighty for the many blessings bestowed on our country and its people.
A report released Monday on the investigation of the Sandy Hook shootings leaves victims' families with unanswered questions.
Eight prominent principals in New York have written and signed a letter to parents expressing deep concerns about the new Common Core-aligned standardized tests that are administered to students in grades three through eight.
The U.S. Postal Service has put up a $100,000 reward for anyone with information that leads to the arrest and conviction of the person who shot to death a mailman in Maryland over the weekend.
Not long before he left his job as managing editor at Time magazine for a post at the State Department, Richard Stengel delivered some bad but not unexpected news — the magazine needed to cut staff to close a budget gap.