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Super Bowl 50 preview and predictions

The best part about the Super Bowl is that the event is so much bigger than the game itself. It brings together hard-core, casual and even non-fans to watch the action, the commercials and everything in between. Members of the WTOP sports department give their predictions for a whole bunch of things on the field and off. Play along at home and see if you can do better.

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The latest Coen Brothers’ movie, while brilliant in spurts, is far too manic for its own good.

DNI Clapper on the 'mortal threat' facing U.S.

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Customer service improvements moving too slowly? There’s a law for that

Rep. Henry Cuellar (D-Texas) authored a provision in the fiscal 2016 omnibus spending bill requiring OMB to create governmentwide customer service standards.

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