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From the Archives: The Saving of President Ronald Reagan

By John Pekkanen August 5, 2014
A minute-by-minute, inside-the-hospital account of what happened to President Reagan after he was shot: the critical decisions that saved his life, the human drama, the heroes, the entire untold story. more

From the Archives: And Then She Said …

By Diana McLellan June 26, 2014
The last interview piece from former Washingtonian writer Diana McLellan, who died Wednesday, was with one of our favorite gossips: herself. And does she dish. more

From the Archives: Have You Seen My Dog?

By Lauren Paige Kennedy May 29, 2014
Newcomers to Washington, we found our Georgetown neighbors distant. But that all changed when Ruby ran away. more

From the Archives: Clancy’s Game

By Dick Victory October 2, 2013
How Tom Clancy has turned the novel of revenge into earnings of $16 million a year. more

From the Archives: Tom Clancy Talks About How Jack Ryan Would Handle Osama bin Laden

By Ann Reilly Dowd October 2, 2013
The author answers questions about bin Laden, the Middle East, President George W. Bush, and his thoughts on the future of America. more

From the Archives: Where Have All the Rogues Gone?

By Jack Germond, Jules Witcover August 14, 2013
Political mischief isn’t what it used to be, but we still have a few rogues, cranks, and buffoons. more

From the Archives: Madame President!

By Jack Germond, Jules Witcover August 14, 2013
Will there be a woman President in this century? Would you believe a woman Vice President in 1984? more

From the Archives: Kennedy, You SOB!

By Jack Germond, Jules Witcover August 14, 2013
Once again Teddy crossed up the political experts, but it wasn’t the first time they'd been badly burned. more

From the Archives: Picking on Jimmy

By Jack Germond, Jules Witcover August 14, 2013
Why is everyone being so nice to that terrible Dick Nixon and so mean to that fellow from Georgia? more

From the Archives: Is the GOP on Top for Good?

By Jack Germond, Jules Witcover August 14, 2013
Republicans are taking over in the south, but can they dominate the country? And what happens after Reagan? more

From the Archives: An Astronaut in the White House?

By Jack Germond, Jules Witcover August 14, 2013
In 1962 John Glenn became the first American to orbit the earth. Now, in 1982, he is an increasingly respected Senator from Ohio, and he is cautiously circling the Oval Office. more

From the Archives: Why Do Conservatives Hate George Bush?

By Jack Germond, Jules Witcover August 14, 2013
You may think the Vice President hasn't done anything to make anyone mad, but the Right fears that he's secretly taking over the Reagan Administration, and they shudder at the thought of a President George Bush. more

From the Archives: My Test-Tube Daddy

By Tamar Abrams August 12, 2013
He has green eyes, scored 1400 on his SATs, and is known only by his number—741. In the strange world of sperm banks, here is how Hannah’s mother went shopping for the perfect genes. more

July 2013 Contents: Best of Washington

June 17, 2013
Volume 48, Number 10 Cover Story Best of Washington From its blossoming shopping to its booming burger spots, it's never been easier to fall hard for our hometown. Plus—readers pick their favorites. Edited by Jessica Voelker Illustration for The... more

From the Archives: Blazing Saddle

By McLean Robbins April 30, 2013
Anna Napravnik, who will race in this year's Kentucky Derby, was the winningest female jockey in the nation at just 18. Read our 2006 profile of her. more

From the Archives: Is DC Becoming the Gay Capital of America?

By Larry Van Dyne March 29, 2013
With the Supreme Court hearing arguments this week about the future of Prop 8 and DOMA, read about how DC’s gay scene was shaping the nation's capital in 1980. more

From the Archives: Ghosts of the Past

By Tim Wendel March 7, 2013
Infatuated with Washington, Thomas Mallon gave up literary life in New York to live amid our stories and history. more

From the Archives: Hello, My Name Is . . .

By Chuck Conconi February 21, 2013
Though the idea that alcoholism is a disease is gaining acceptance, many people still view alcoholics as weak and undisciplined drunks. Despite the stigma, five Washingtonians agreed to share their stories of recovering from alcoholism. more

From the Archives: Bring Me the Head of Gore Vidal

By William Dunlap August 6, 2012
Believing that no famous life is complete without a bust, a Washington artists set out for Italy to capture the visage of the noted—and notorious—author. more

From the Archives: Going Home

By Chuck Conconi July 17, 2012
Bill Raspberry grew up in a little town in Mississippi where he got something important—a good education. Now he wants to give something back. more

From the Archives: Rethinking Robert E. Lee

By Ernest B. Furgurson June 14, 2012
On National Flag Day, a look back at the Confederate general considered by some a symbol of slavery and division, who also said, “I wish for no other flag than the Star-Spangled banner and no other air than ‘Hail Columbia.’” more

From the Archives: Who Is John Edwards?

By Charles Hurt May 31, 2012
Our 2003 profile of the man Bill Clinton once called the “Michael Jordan” of politics, who today was found not guilty on one of six counts of campaign finance corruption. more