Imagine: The Purple Line exists and WMATA can connect to Georgetown.
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He'll join its enterprise unit.
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Grab a fistful of molly and head to the zoo.
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The remaining movies look a lot like lists of top political films, which is kind of the opposite of what this was all about.
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Nine local heroes whose good works and generous spirits make Washington a great place.
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Three years ago, Catholic University of America reinstituted single-sex residential living for undergraduates. We check in on the outcome.
Since the 1994 GOP Revolution, more than 1,000 individuals have claimed a seat in Congress. What happens once they leave? We tracked as many as we could find.
The publication's first female editor talks retooling for a digital future.