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Helistroke: Flying doctors to stroke victims may improve outcomes

Dr. Ferdinand K. Hui received the call as headed to his Harbor East home after working out at the gym. A patient at Suburban Hospital in Bethesda had suffered a stroke and needed a specialized procedure in which a catheter is used to clear the clogged artery in the brain. Dr. Hui doesn't have long....

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    Washington honors nation's war dead with tears, prayers and parades

    Washington honors nation's war dead with tears, prayers and parades

    Amid prayer, tears and the tolling of bells, the Washington, D.C., region marked Memorial Day on Monday with pomp and parades and solemn tributes to those who have fallen in service to the nation. On a warm and humid day that left most flags limp at half-staff, quiet crowds thronged the monuments...

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    • The new economy is coming

      The new economy is coming

      Late May is college commencement speech season, and there are always one or two destined to cause upset. This year, add to the list the Harvard commencement speech given last Thursday by Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and his call for "universal basic income," which is a fancy way of describing a...

    • In trip abroad, Trump finds respite from domestic turmoil

      In trip abroad, Trump finds respite from domestic turmoil

      Donald Trump's first presidential foreign trip has fortuitously given him a temporary respite from the firestorm generated by what he has called "that Russian thing" and his firing of former FBI Director James Comey. Much of the tenacious Washington press corps that has had a field day back home...

    • A call for Democratic consistency on foreign policy

      A call for Democratic consistency on foreign policy

      A new U.S. president "resets" relations with Russia. Later, while running for re-election, the president tells Dmitry Medvedev to reassure his boss Vladimir Putin that he will have the "flexibility" to give Mr. Putin what he wants post-election, once freed from political accountability. A hot microphone...

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    • Trump administration plans to minimize civil rights efforts in agencies

      Trump administration plans to minimize civil rights efforts in agencies

      The Trump administration is planning to disband the Labor Department division that has policed discrimination among federal contractors for four decades, according to the White House's newly proposed budget, part of wider efforts to rein in government programs that promote civil rights. As outlined...

    • This is what Betsy DeVos thinks about people who oppose her school-choice vision

      This is what Betsy DeVos thinks about people who oppose her school-choice vision

      During the Obama administration, Education Secretary Arne Duncan got pretty steamed at people who opposed his school reform efforts, especially his support for the Common Core State Standards. In 2013, for example, he went after Core critics, telling a group of state schools superintendents: "It's...

    • Snubs and slights are part of the job in Trump's White House

      Snubs and slights are part of the job in Trump's White House

      White House press secretary Sean Spicer was giddy at the thought of meeting Pope Francis during President Trump's first trip abroad, telling acquaintances that for him, a devout Catholic, the moment would fulfill a bucket-list dream. But when the White House finalized the lucky list of staff members...

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