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The new Evil Dead
Facebook’s new "Home" accouncement
The death of Roger Ebert
Ebert brought youth, legitimacy to film critique
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Texas governor offers reward in shooting of D.A.
The frightening Aryan Brotherhood case in Texas
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Making a night at the ballpark more affordable
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Cancer clinics turn away patients, blame sequestration
Issues raising tensions in North Korea
Archi’s Acres and VSAT veterans will plant a garden at White House Thursday. They are trying to raise awareness about food and about matching returning veterans with jobs.
Dylan Ratigan talks with WTOP Anchors Mike Moss and Bruce Alan. (WTOP/Kristi King)
From left to right: Maj. Gen. Mel Spiese, an Archi’s Acres supporter; Eric Boyd, Purple Heart recipient, organic farmer and VSAT graduate; Colin Archipley of Archi’s Acres and VSAT co-founder; Karen Archipley of Archi’s Acres and VSAT co-founder; Mike Hanes of Forager Mike’s SuperFoods and DANG Hot Sauce, also a VSAT Graduate; and Dylan Ratigan, an Archi’s Acres partner. (WTOP/Kristi King)
Businesses see higher productivity when employees use multiple social media networks
WTOP’s Del Walters reports