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Even publicity-shy, well-run charities have to occasionally put themselves in the public eye.
Heroes Inc. is a not-for-profit that has flown under Washington?s radar screen for 50 years, aiding family members of police officers and firefighters who die in the line of duty. To date, the survivors of 193 law enforcement officers have been the beneficiaries of its generosity.Read full article >>
Washington is home to majestic monuments, museums and the federal government. But as a transportation center, Washingtonians have second-class status, a situation made worse by growing airline consolidation. Sadly, prospects for improvement seem dim at best.Read full article >>
Beginning this week, shoppers at Tysons Corner Center with the right app may see a welcome message pop up on their smartphones as they walk into the mall.
An hour into their shopping spree, they are likely to receive another text message, this time asking if they?d like their purchases delivered to their home.Read full article >>
CQ Roll Call of District appointed David Ellis chief content officer.
DataRPM of Fairfax appointed Bill Schmarzo advisory board member.
Gannett of McLean appointed Alison Engel vice president of finance.Read full article >>
MIT political scientist Andrea Campbell is known for her research on Social Security, Medicare, and other safety-net policies. Yet when Campbell?s pregnant sister-in-law suffered a spinal cord injury, their family?s on-the-ground experience was more bewildering and difficult than Campbell expected. Her new book describes these experiences. Below is an edited and condensed transcript of our conversation.Read full article >>
Last night, Saturday Night Live's "cold open" mocked President Obama's new executive action shielding 4 million illegal immigrants from the threat of immediate deportation. To the tune of a "Schoolhouse Rock!" song, Kenan Thompson dresses up as a "Bill" and explains how Congress passes one. Until Jay Pharoah, playing Obama, pushes Thompson down the Capitol steps.Read full article >>