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The Bloody Steps

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When a reporter killed in the Capitol

The press and politicians have always had an uneasy relationship. But, it was deadly once inside the U.S. Capitol. Louisville Times reporter Charles Kincaid wrote a story on Kentucky Congressman William Taulbee cheating on his wife while in Washington. The … Continue reading

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Daughters of the American Revolution

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5 mistakes Washington tourists make

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5 overlooked Washington gems

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5 must sees for Washington visitors

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Happy Easter

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The Occidental

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FDR pathway

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Cherry blossoms are fleeting

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About those C&O Canal boat rides

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South Capitol Street bridge

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Overwhelming

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This is Washington?

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Weeping for spring

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Springtime in Washington

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Cherry blossoms coming early

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What’s plant-based turkey taste like?

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Barred photo sites around Washington

Washington is the seventh most photographed city in the world, but some buildings and inside exhibits are barred. The most prominent no-no is the Pentagon because it is a military installation. There are big signs on the perimeter that say … Continue reading

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