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Woodrow Wilson

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  • Commute could realign with base closings

    Like many federal workers driving from the Baltimore suburbs into Washington every day, Marshall Hudson picks his poison - the Beltway, New York Avenue or Massachusetts Avenue - based on the 7:15 a.m. radio traffic report. On a good day, he gets to the...
  • Harding's love letters are relics of bygone era

    Harding's love letters are relics of bygone era
    Every so often, we get a poignant reminder of what has been lost now that letter writing has been replaced by texting, emoticons or nothing at all, if you're a politician afraid to commit anything to paper for fear it will show up on page one or be read...
  • The Kurdish option: An independent state for the Kurds, an ally for the U.S. in Iraq

     The Kurdish option: An independent state for the Kurds, an ally for the U.S. in Iraq
    "This moment requires statesmanship." That was Secretary of State John F. Kerry — a man not known for irony — in a meeting in late June with Massoud Barzani, president of Iraq's autonomous Kurdish region. Appealing to Barzani's nonexistent...
  • In new age of wealth and inequality, calls for intervention go unheeded

     In new age of wealth and inequality, calls for intervention go unheeded
    Thomas Piketty, writing from France, is the latest person to sound an alarm about the growing inequality of income and wealth. But his ideas have distinctly American roots that date to the country's formation. The American Revolution was in part a...
  • John Williams will conduct a new version of 'The Star-Spangled Banner'

    America's national anthem, "The Star-Spangled Banner," turns 200 this year. In honor of this momentous bicentennial, film composer John Williams will conduct a new arrangement of the notoriously hard-to-sing song during the annual Fourth of July...
  • Fareed Zakaria: Hillary faces hard choices about where she's headed

         NEW YORK — Hillary Clinton's problem is not her money. Despite the media flurry over a couple of awkward remarks she made, most people will understand her situation pretty quickly — she wasn't born rich but has become very rich —...
  • 1917 draft board

     
    Aug. 1917: Members of Los Angeles Draft Exemption Board 17 process requests for exemptions....
  • White House adviser won't say if Chicago has lock on Obama library

    White House adviser won't say if Chicago has lock on Obama library
    WASHINGTON — White House adviser Valerie Jarrett,  asked Friday whether Chicago had a lock on becoming the home of the future Obama presidential library, emphasized that the just-received bids for the project would be carefully examined, including...
  • Two Days of Fun To Celebrate Muzzy Field's Centennial

    Two Days of Fun To Celebrate Muzzy Field's Centennial
    BRISTOL — Many ballparks of the same era were turned into rubble years ago, but the city's beloved Muzzy Field has endured since Woodrow Wilson was president. As Muzzy marks its 100th year this summer, residents plan a series of festivities on...
  • Robert J. Fisher: Mistakes made after WWI provide lessons for today's world

    In 1918, near the end of World War I, President Woodrow Wilson revealed the Fourteen Points, a peace proposal designed to make that war "the war to end all wars." Eight of the Fourteen Points pertained to self-determination, an effort to allow ethnic...
  • Robert De Niro on 'Fox News Sunday'

    Robert De Niro on 'Fox News Sunday'
    The Sunday morning programs will focus on Washington, politics and Iraq, but they will go different routes as well. Oscar-winner Robert De Niro visits "Fox News Sunday" at 10 a.m. on WOFL-Channel 35. On Father's Day, he will talk about an HBO film about...
  • Mr. Kagan and the ruin of ideas

    The neo-conservative commentator, Robert Kagan, co-founder in 1997 of the Project for a New American Century, and after that institution crashed amidst the ruins of Iraq, founder of its 2009 successor, the Foreign Policy Initiative, is continuing his...