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The SwampGood morning. Here are a few Washington events of note for Monday, November 10. President-elect Barack Obama is meeting with President Bush at the White House. The French, Polish and Danish embassies are holding a conference on the challenge......
Maryland WeatherHad enough rain and drizzle yet? Doesn't matter. We're in for another day of it today, although the menu should change to showers this afternoon and taper off overnight as this coastal low finally moves out to sea, and drier......
The Swampby Mark Silva Since there is little news value in someone saying they won't run for something, but seeing as how the name of Tom Ridge stood out as a Republican who could give Sen. Arlen Specter a run for......
Tags: Pennsylvania, Maine, Executive Branch, Politics, Judd Gregg
The Swampby Mark Silva Vice President Joe Biden found a way to paraphrase Mark Twain and George Mitchell within virtually the same breath today, all while passing through Iraq. For all the disarray characterizing the health-care debate today -- with neither......
Dining@LargeHere's part two of guest poster Robert of Cross Key's eating adventures on his recent road trip. His photo and descriptions are making me hungry. ELDetroit is not a food desert. To paraphrase Mark Twain, the demise of Detroit......
The Swampby Mike Memoli President Obama and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu seemed determined to downplay tensions between their nations and themselves today, from a cordial Q-and-A sessions with reporters right on through a friendly departure photo op....
Tags: Israel, Jerusalem (Israel), Politics, Barack Obama, White House
The Swampby John McCormick Sen. Barack Obama provided his definition of patriotism today, while also seeking to inoculate himself from Republican attacks regarding his lack of military service, complex biography and past incidents that have generated questions...
The Swampby Mark Silva ACORN, lke Mark Twain once said of himself, is "not dead yet'' -- except, of course, he is now. But you get it. The leader of the embattled organization said today that reports of the demise of......
Tags: Crime, Law and Justice, New York, Lawyers, New Orleans, NPR
Dining@Large"A human being has a natural desire to have more of a good thing than he needs," Mark Twain wrote in "Following the Equator." Which explains 70 to 80 pounds of cake, made with 100 eggs and all the fondant......
One could never accuse Northlight Theatre of a lack of eclecticism in its programming. In a matter of weeks, subscribers there in Skokie have gone from chortling at Neil Simon's "The Odd Couple," of all things, to a drama that begins with the...
Based on Steve Faulkner's memoir, with director Robert Cicchini playing the author and former obituary writer embarking on the trip of a lifetime with his adopted high school senior son, "Waterwalk" finds Faulkners Steve and Justin retracing the route...
Tags: Travel, Entertainment, Movies, Trips and Vacations
WASHINGTON -- It's never a good sign for a president when he feels compelled to assure the public he still has a pulse. This is the unenviable position President Obama was in Tuesday morning when he held a news conference in the White House briefing...
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