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  • Matador is the fourth in a seemingly never-ending run of shows with variations on the word "door" in their title last year's Secret Door bagged him a Best Newcomer nomination.

    This week's new live comedy

  • You can bet that whatever Democrat emerges from a primary would be quick to latch on to the president, and Obama has shown showed plenty of willingness to engage in his place of birth, including in last year's governor's race when he endorsed and cut a TV ad for now-Gov.

    The Fix: GOP faces uphill battle for Hawaii Senate seat

  • State Sen. James Brochin D-Baltimore County, who sponsored this year's bill, said the measure would remove all ambiguity in the law.

    D.C. area news briefs

  • This year's session, which ends March 14, is particularly significant as it will approve a new Five-Year Plan, China's economic road map, through 2015.

    Chinese parliament opens with grand pledges

  • This year they took their "joke" candidate in a different direction, running two students well more accurately, a student and a robot who have traveled back in time from the future to run for student government in an effort to stop Natalie Butler, the odds on favorite to win this year's Student Government election, from doing just that.

    Dan Treadway: Making Student Government Elections a Laughing Matter

  • The influenza virus is a highly mutable infectious agent: Developing an immunity to one year's circulating virus provides little benefit for the next year's.

    Edwin D. Kilbourne, scientist who developed flu vaccine, dies at 90

  • The cause of its umbrage was Peter King, that year's grand marshal and someone the Irish government said was an "avowed" supporter of a terrorist organization, the Irish Republican Army.

    Peter King, IRA supporter and enthusiastic counter-terrorism advocate

  • This year they took their "joke" candidate in a different direction, running two students well more accurately, a student and a robot who have traveled back in time from the future to run for student government in an effort to stop Natalie Butler, the odds on favorite to win this year's Student Government election, from doing just that.

    Dan Treadway: Making Student Government Elections a Laughing Matter

  • State Sen. James Brochin D-Baltimore County, who sponsored this year's bill, said the measure would remove all ambiguity in the law.

    D.C. area news briefs

  • The cause of its umbrage was Peter King, that year's grand marshal and someone the Irish government said was an "avowed" supporter of a terrorist organization, the Irish Republican Army.

    Peter King, IRA supporter and enthusiastic counter-terrorism advocate

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