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Post Pulse | The Washington Post - January 31, 2015: Russia's bizarre proposal to condemn West Germany's 1989 'annexation' of East Germany.

What's trending on the Web now   •  Sat., Jan. 31, 2015 View in your Web browser To see Post Pulse in real-time, go directly to  Post Pulse . Below are articles trending as of 6:30 PM. Russia's bizarre proposal to condemn West Germany's 1989 'annexation' of East Germany Lawmakers will consider a new statement that would slam the reunification of Germany.   Read full article » D.C. rabbi accused in videotaping scandal refuses to leave synagogue-owned home Kesher Israel demanded that Barry Freundel move out after his arrest in an illicit-videotaping case.   Read full article » U-Va. sorority sisters ordered to stay home Saturday night for their own safety - while fraternity brothers party The edict "perpetuates the idea that women are inferior, sexual objects," a petition opposing it says.   Read full article » Does anyone make accurate geopolitical predictions? Tools from the Good Judgment Project can help improve accuracy in the

The Washington Post | Post Pulse - January 23, 2015: Pakistani conservatives are up in arms about politician Imran Khan's new wife. Here's why..

What's trending on the Web now   •   Fri., Jan. 23, 2015 Nats pitcher Max Scherzer celebrates his big deal with team owners The Nats owners gathered a small group for a private dinner in Scherzer's honor.   Read full article » This is what happens when the White House does a YouTube interview Selfies, offensive comments and crotch references.   Read full article » There are 19 ingredients in McDonald's french fries At least it all starts with an actual potato.   Read full article » Which of the 11 American nations do you live in? A fascinating new look at the cultural differences between the 11 nations that make up North America.    Read full article » Letting kids move in class isn't a break from learning. It IS learning. How to authentically incorporate movement into lessons.   Read full article » Alabama, Auburn women throw punches during basketball game Three players get ejected as the rival schools engage in a brawl.   Read full artic

The Washington Post | Post Pulse - January 17, 2015: Holder limits local authorities' ability to seize assets without proof

What's trending on the Web now   •  Sat., Jan. 17, 2015 To see Post Pulse in real-time, go directly to  Post Pulse . Below are articles trending as of 6:30 PM. The rate of sea-level rise is 'far worse than previously thought,' study says A new way of measuring sea-level rise has yielded what appears to be a much more accurate picture of the oceans.   Read full article » This powerful Reddit thread reveals how the poor get by in America Users tell their stories about living in poverty.   Read full article » The American decline in driving actually began way earlier than you think At least, in some parts of the country.   Read full article » Teen 'Bonnie and Clyde,' wanted after a brazen crime spree, have been spotted in Florida, according to Kentucky Police A girl, 13, and her boyfriend, 18, are wanted for "increasingly brazen and dangerous" activity.   Read full article » Parents investigated for neglect after letting kids wal

The Washington Post | Post Pulse - January 14, 2015: Ten things from CES you may actually want to buy.

What's trending on the Web now   •  Wed., Jan. 14, 2015 The case against e-readers: Why reading paper books is better for your mind. Hard copy books are just more pleasant to read.   Read full article » What if all the male political leaders had been removed from the Paris march? A satirical Web site's response to an ultra-Orthodox newspaper.   Read full article » Yes, you can pay someone to ship glitter to your enemies The founder of ShipYourEnemiesGlitter.com said he was inspired by the glittery Christmas cards he received year after year from a family friend.   Read full article » The long and shorts of it: What's up with boys and shorts in the middle of winter? It's 28 degrees outside, which means my boys will be wearing shorts.   Read full article » Possible toxic leak forces crew to evacuate U.S side of the International Space Station A portion of the International Space Station was evacuated following coolant loop pressure increases possibl

The Washington Post | Post Pulse - January 13, 2015: Ex-Dolphins player tells terrifying story of nine-mile swim to shore after falling off boat

What's trending on the Web now   •   Tue., Jan. 13, 2015 View in your Web browser To see Post Pulse in real-time, go directly to  Post Pulse . Below are articles trending as of  8:00 AM . Ex-Dolphins player tells terrifying story of nine-mile swim to shore after falling off boat Rob Konrad was in the water off Miami for 16 hours.   Read full article » 1 dead, dozens hurt after Metro car fills with smoke At least 2 people riding the Metro railcars near L'Enfant Plaza remain critical. NTSB said an electrical problem was to blame.   Read full article » Here's what to expect on your  Tuesday  morning Metro commute Metro has made several service adjustments due to the shutdown at L'Enfant Plaza that has impacted Yellow and Green line service.   Read full article » Rare shark birth photo may be the first ever "The first time that the event has been photographed," a researcher said.   Read full article » One dead after smoke fills Metro

The Washington Post | Post Pulse - January 12, 2015: World War I soldier's room untouched for almost 100 years.

What's trending on the Web now   •   Mon., Jan. 12, 2015 View in your Web browser To see Post Pulse in real-time, go directly to  Post Pulse . Below are articles trending as of  8:00 AM . The Muslim who risked his life at a Paris kosher market to save seven Jews Hey got a "thank you" from Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Read full article » Federal government, some school systems to open on delay  Monday Which schools, offices and governments have closed or delayed because of the weather? Read full article » Flight data recorder recovered from AirAsia wreckage; Divers seek cockpit voice device The location of a second device, the cockpit voice recorder, was pinpointed under heavy wreckage. Read full article » Quiz: Can you name a city just by looking at its streets? Name That Data, city streets edition. Read full article » World War I soldier's room untouched for almost 100 years He died almost a century ago, but his boots