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For the past decade, meeting eyewitnesses has been the most affecting part of a visit to the US Holocaust Memorial Museum. But: “We are a finite group,” one survivor says.
Capital Comment Blog
Courtesy of the city's tourism bureau.
View CommentsMay 05, 2015 at 05:48 PM | By Benjamin Freed
The Nashville native will start in June.
View CommentsMay 05, 2015 at 02:25 PM | By Andrew Beaujon
But at least we're not Boston.
View CommentsMay 05, 2015 at 11:00 AM | By Benjamin Freed
Party-goers voted for their favorite places in Washington while indulging in Mission Margaritas.
View CommentsMay 04, 2015 at 12:06 PM |

Nine local heroes whose good works and generous spirits make Washington a great place.

Everything you need to know about Washington’s rich Republican heritage.

The residents of Green Bank, West Virginia, can’t use cell phones, wi-fi, or other kinds of modern technology due to a high-tech government telescope. Recently, this ban has made the town a magnet for technophobes, and the locals aren’t thrilled to have them.

A twentysomething with no kids, no partner, and few adult obligations lost her mom. Then she had to figure out how to grieve like a grown-up.

Features

We asked staffers what they really think of their Hill bosses. Here are the results of our 15th biennial survey.
Two local titans are dueling over a garage addition. Here's what it says about Georgetown.
Last summer, Gregory was let go from his gig as host of "Meet the Press." Here's an inside look at his fall from the top—and what it says about the state of TV news.
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.