Good morning Washington. It’s Carl Kasell’s birthday! Charlie Rose is coming to town! Here’s everything you’ve ever wanted to know about George Stephanopoulos. It’s the birthday of Thomas Jefferson, but more importantly, it’s the birthday of that thing that helps you answer the important question: Is my story idea new? (LexisNexis).
And OMG, first we get our first museum and now our own social network?!? Happy days are here again.
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election continues to lead to ‘The Tonight Show with Jay Leno’ (Monday-Friday, 11:35 p.m.-12:37 a.m. ET on NBC) as the late-night show welcomes presidential candidate Senator Hillary Clinton (D-New York) on Thursday, April 3. This will mark Senator Clinton’s third appearance on the late-night show.”
provider of video, data, and voice services to residential, business and commercial/carrier customers announced today that it will be a 2008 Official Sponsor and Corporate Partner of Washington’s Major League Soccer team, D.C. United.”
Kristof may have the investigative journalism business down to a fine art, but the dual Pulitzer winner finds himself embracing a challenge on a different realm than the world of Darfurs and Tibetan protests he faces today.”