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A Little Word Humor

The Washington Post’s Mensa Invitational once again invited readers to take any word from the dictionary, alter it by adding, subtracting, or changing one letter, and supply a new definition.   454 more words

Baltimore Is About Economics, Not Racism

The death of another black man at the hands of the police, this time Freddie Gray of Baltimore, has again set off a national debate about poverty, inequality and racial injustice. 247 more words

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Geoffrey Zakarian to open the National at the Old Post Office Pavilion

If you ask Geoffrey Zakarian how the National in Washington will differ from the National in New York, the chef and restaurateur has a quick answer: Trump Winery. 93 more words

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Western Media Tropes and Baltimore

Truly excellent satire is hard to find, which makes actually discovering it incredibly refreshing. Karen Attiah at the Washington Post provides such satisfaction with her article entitled… 226 more words

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Survey chimpanzee

Saturday I got to play survey chimpanzee.

I got a call about 11:30 for a survey about health related questions from “clearwater res”. It said that it was partly due to a WHO or NIH study. 457 more words


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Kansas shows us what could happen if Republicans win in 2016

By Catherine Rampell
The Washington Post

No more pencils, no more books. No more teachers’ dirty looks. 195 more words

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The Washington Post’s Coverage of the UK Election

News about the British election has been fairly low beneath the fold in the WP over the past few weeks; events in Baltimore and Hilary’s EmailGate have been dominating the news. 1,185 more words