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'Craft-Loving Weirdos' Pay Tribute To Pop Culture With Peeps Sculptures

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When word spread that The Washington Post’s annual Peeps diorama contest would be canceled after 10 years, the nation needed a hero.

Suspect Charged In Vandalism Of Jewish Community Center During Passover

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Authorities have arrested a suspect in connection with the anti-Semitic graffiti spray-painted on a Jewish community center and a church in northern Virginia earlier this week during Passover.


Dylan M. Mahone, 20, of Annandale, Virginia, has been charged with two counts of felony destruction of property, according to a Fairfax County Police Department statement released on Thursday.

You May Never Look At Peeps The Same Way Again

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As candy, Peeps are, well, not the tastiest treats in the Easter basket.


However, they can be quite a tasteful medium for artistic expression, as an arts center in Westminster, Maryland, is demonstrating.

Judge Approves Baltimore Police Reform Deal Over Objections Of Trump DOJ

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WASHINGTON ― A federal judge in Baltimore on Friday approved a deal struck between the city and the Justice Department in the final days of the Obama administration to reform Baltimore’s troubled police department, denying a request from the Trump administration to delay approval of the agreement.

House Democrats Rake In Record Donations Amid Trump Backlash

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WASHINGTON ― The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee raised a record-breaking $31 million in the first quarter of the year, the House Democrats’ campaign arm announced on Friday.

The Rich Line Up At The White House ATM

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Some of the latest hooey uttered by White House press secretary Sean Spicer — the man from whom a seemingly bottomless wellspring of hooey flows — was his pronouncement the other day that having so many fabulously wealthy men and women working in the White House is a good and wondrous thing.