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washingtonpost.com — The traffic-cop-like suggestion from a top opposition leader challenged Germans to pick two popular obsessions - safety and sustainability - over another: a seemingly primal need to use their 500-horsepower engines to catapult themselves across their country's gently rolling countryside.
washingtonpost.com — They remember the hard hits - most of them, at least. The brain-rattlers that left them blank-eyed and disoriented, they have no recollection of at all. But the ones that snapped ligaments, rendered bones the consistency of crushed ice or bent joints in ways they ought not to bend are still felt every morning years later.
Stewart Destroys Obama Over IRS Scandal, Lack Of ‘Managerial Competence’: You’ve Vindicated Conspiracy Theoristsmediaite.com — Jon Stewart mercilessly tore into the Obama administration tonight over the revelation that the Internal Revenue Service specifically targeted Tea Party groups for scrutiny. Stewart slammed the government's lack of managerial competence and said that thanks to this scandal, conspiracy theorists how have a level of vindication they've never had before.
washingtonpost.com — What it won't be, according to reports, is a way for users to get around their cable subscriptions: Those who fire up the app will have to verify that they're cable customers, similar to the sign-in process on apps such as HBO Go.
poynter.org — Researcher and writer for Poynter Institute on business and journalism issues. Co author, State of the News Media 2006. ExSP Times and Phil Inquirer Years of negative reports on ad revenue losses could leave the newspaper industry muttering, "I demand a recount."
washingtonpost.com — The staffers in the Cincinnati field office were making high-level decisions on how to evaluate the groups because a decade ago the IRS assigned all applications to that unit. The IRS also eliminated an automatic after-the-fact review process Washington used to conduct such determinations.
washingtonpost.com — American Airlines, Delta Air Lines and US Airways quickly followed. Not to be outdone, Frontier Airlines announced that for tickets booked anywhere except on its Web site, it would raise its luggage charges and impose a fee of up to $100 for certain carry-on bags, the third U.S. carrier to do this.
washingtonpost.com — Soto got the shot of his friend posing with a smiling hero and bid him farewell with a heartfelt, "Keep America safe!" Ramsey could barely take two steps before he was spun around to pose with a D.C. cop on a Segway. It was day five of Ramsey's moment, and he had already morphed from hero to celebrity.
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