There's something floating in the crisp Washington air this morning: Change. When I left the house yesterday, the D.C. streets were quiet. Today, however, was different. The streets were filled ...
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I wasn't sure if I was going to make it, but after hours of waiting in the middle of a mob of inauguration-goers, I passed through security and found my ...
I hardly had any sleep lately. I stayed up far too late Saturday night writing about the Green Inaugural Ball and didn’t get to bed until the sun was nearly ...
A light snow was falling from the gray Washington sky when I set out this morning. It was about 8:30 a.m. and the street was quiet. A calm had finally fallen over the neighborhood, though I knew it wouldn’t last for long.
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Barack Obama was either an ambitious student, an incredibly popular student, or both. “This guy must have taken more courses than anybody at Harvard Law School because every faculty member ...
Barack Obama is ready to take the Oval Office as the 44th president of the United States and the world is ready to watch history in the making. With a ...
The nation’s capital is playing host to dozens of parties, balls and events this weekend as the country prepares to welcome its 44th president.
There is one question burning across Washington right now: What event are you going to tonight? Inaugural functions seem to be all anyone can talk about this weekend -– and ...
My first full day in Washington was pretty cold and pretty low-key.
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