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In Haiti, a Marriott’s opening is the latest milestone in quake recovery - The Washington Post

A quarter of the country’s people live on less than $1.25 per day. About three-quarters are unemployed or subsist on their own. More than 50,000 people are still living in displacement camps, five years after their homes were destroyed. 89 more words

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ISIS Executioner 'Jihadi John' Is Named as Mohammed Emwazi


LONDON — The identity of the masked executioner clutching a knife in ISIS beheading propaganda videos was revealed on Thursday.

A U.S. intelligence official confirmed to NBC News that a Londoner named Mohammed Emwazi is the person known as “Jihadi John” in the ISIS videos. 525 more words


PVAC girls’ basketball final: Covenant Life pulls away from Grace Brethren, 57-46

PVAC girls’ basketball final: Covenant Life pulls away from Grace Brethren, 57-46

By Daniel Gallen
The Washington Post

Covenant Life held a slim lead over Grace Brethren at halftime of the Potomac Valley Athletic Conference championship game at Hebrew Academy in Rockville when Coach Terri Marshall made a strategic decision. 49 more words

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Political Hangman: A Word Game for Those Who Don't Know What They're Talking About

Apparently, to write about politics in the social media age a commentator needs to be a Talmudic scholar, a Jesuit logician, an academic deconstructionist, or a political communications idiot savant. 778 more words


Brine Kills Cars: Here's What You Need To Tell Your Customers About It

We’ve heard all about how awful road salt can be: It’s corrosive and will eat away your car if you let it cling too long. But now there’s a new and even worse chemical being applied to roads in winter. 353 more words

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