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Wardrobe whoopsies: On purpose, or an accident?

Sometimes stars want to cringe with embarrassment. Other times, they just want attention.

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Best and worst celebrity beach bodies (okay mostly best)

It is very hard to find stars with bad bodies who frequent beaches. But we still try. Kind of.

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‘It’s the president we all want’: The melancholy world of liberals watching ‘The West Wing’ in 2018

“The West Wing Weekly” podcast, with its 1.3 million downloads a month, is helping some find escapism in the Trump era.

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Luminous acting, very loud singing in vivid ‘Romeo and Juliette’

Soprano Madison Leonard gets her second spotlight at Wolf Trap Opera.

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'This exhibition should have never happened': The anti-Trump cartoons that got an artist fired go on display

Fired Pittsburgh Post-Gazette cartoonist Rob Rogers sees his work spotlighted in a new Corcoran show.

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After death, major works by artist Jack Whitten discovered

A show in Baltimore, traveling to the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, uncovers 50 years of unknown sculpture by a major African American ...

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Rapper Common goes back to school to help teachers

Rapper Common has won three Grammys, a Golden Globe and an Academy Award but a recent visit to a New York City school was “humbling” — mainly because many of the students were too young to know his music.

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Friday thoughts: The Library of Congress can’t do this without you

Along with my history of magic, our love affair with Jane Austen and the comedy of Simon Rich.

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In the galleries: The first exhibition of contemporary Portuguese works in the U.S.

In “Second Nature,” 19 artists how mankind has reshaped the natural world.

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‘Hamilton’ choreographer Andy Blankenbuehler delivers a revolution that rocks 

Contemporary urgency is the great gift of this remarkable musical.

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‘It’s the president we all want’: The melancholy world of liberals watching ‘The West Wing’ in 2018

“The West Wing Weekly” podcast, with its 1.3 million downloads a month, is helping some find escapism in the Trump era.

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Late-night laughs: Trump backtracks his Russia comments

President Trump backtracked his comments about Russia meddling in the 2016 presidential election. Late-night hosts Samantha Bee, Seth Meyers and others had a lot to say about it.

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Little wonder in Synetic Theater’s ‘Wizard of Oz’

The show goes on in smaller Georgetown space after leak in troupe’s Crystal City theater.

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Senate Republicans drop bid to block Trump from helping Chinese telecom giant ZTE

ZTE, a company found guilty of violating Iran sanctions, will get to duck tough Commerce Department penalties.

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Trump criticizes Federal Reserve, breaking long-standing practice

President Trump told CNBC he’s “not thrilled” the U.S. central bank under Fed Chairman Jerome Powell is continuing to raise interest rates, suggesting they may undercut his efforts to grow the economy. “I don’t like all of this work that we’re ...

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The Justice Department won’t return seized cash to hundreds of taxpayers. Now House Republicans are stepping in.

“What was done was not fair, just or right in most cases," lawmakers say.

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Comcast drops bid for 21st Century Fox, clearing way for Disney

The news ends at least one chapter of the rivalry between Comcast and Disney, two megaliths that had been fighting over Fox assets.

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The Internet hates Crocs’ high heels. Here’s why that’s good for the company.

Analysts say the company can use the moment to show of styles beyond the iconic clog.

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House GOP refuses to renew election security funding as Democrats fume over Russian interference

Dispute comes amid controversy over President Trump’s meeting with Russia’s Putin.

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Trump CFPB nominee grilled by Senate Democrats

Democrats have called Kathy Kraninger unqualified to lead the watchdog agency.

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At Starbucks’s new D.C. store, employees will know sign language

“Hiring deaf people or people with disability should not be viewed as a charity but as a way to improve a corporation’s reach across different ...

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