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  • NPC Luncheon with Bruce Allen
    NPC Luncheon with Bruce Allen

    September 7, 2012

    Forty-eight hours before the Washington Redskins' 2012 season kickoff in New Orleans, general manager Bruce Allen declined to predict how many games the team would win this year at a National Press Club luncheon. But he was quick to promise that Redskin fans would be captivated by the team's heralded…

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  • NPC Luncheon with Kathleen Turner
    NPC Luncheon with Kathleen Turner

    September 6, 2012

    If Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney is elected, it would spell disaster for Planned Parenthood, actress-activist Kathleen Turner told a predominantly female National Press Club luncheon audience Sept. 6, 2012.

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  • Press Club Rewind - 9.3.2012
    Press Club Rewind - 9.3.2012

    September 3, 2012

    Press Club Rewind is a weekly review of events at the National Press Club. In this week's edition: Marine Commandant Gen. James Amos praises the training and readiness of the Afghan National Army and The Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation announces a $8.9 million grant to Johns Hopkins’ Armstrong Institute…

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  • NPC Luncheon with Gen. James F. Amos
    NPC Luncheon with Gen. James F. Amos

    August 28, 2012

    General James Amos, commandant of the U.S. Marine Corps, discussed the role of the Marines as America's crisis response force at a National Press Club luncheon on August 28, 2012. Since being confirmed in October 2010 as the first career aviator to lead the Marines, Gen. Amos has overseen a…

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  • Press Club Rewind - 8.27.2012
    Press Club Rewind - 8.27.2012

    August 27, 2012

    A manufacturers' study shows that more regulations translate to higher production costs; an advocate for school choice argues that assignment by a school board often works counter to a student's best interests; and a leader of the Free Syrian Army outlines measure they have taken to keep arms away from…

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  • NPC Newsmaker: School Choice - What Works?
    NPC Newsmaker: School Choice - What Works?

    August 23, 2012

    Charter schools, vouchers, online education, homeschooling: do these school choice options and others work? Are students learning? How do children in these education programs compare to their peers in traditional public schools? Do choice options save money or drain public school dollars? What's the truth in what political candidates and…

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  • Press Club Rewind - 8.20.2012
    Press Club Rewind - 8.20.2012

    August 21, 2012

    Sister Mary Hughes clarifies the Leadership Conference of Women Religious' positions on a number of issues, including its relationship with the Catholic Church; James Srodes discusses how "common" people shaped history in his book, "On Dupont Circle"; business leaders look at how to stay relevant as more people access the…

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  • NPC Luncheon with Sister Mary Hughes
    NPC Luncheon with Sister Mary Hughes

    August 16, 2012

    Sister Mary Hughes, Leadership Conference of Women Religious, an association that represents about 80% of U.S. Catholic nuns, talked about the development of the LCWR's relations with the Vatican at an August 16, 2012 NPC luncheon event.

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  • Press Club Rewind - 8.13.2012
    Press Club Rewind - 8.13.2012

    August 13, 2012

    Press Club Rewind is a weekly review of events at the National Press Club. In this week's edition: the latest Quinnipiac poll explores the number of voters supporting a presidential candidate because they dislike or disagree with his rival; how businesses are budgeting for healthcare; former Federal Prosecutor Andrew McCarthy…

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  • Press Club Rewind - 8.6.2012
    Press Club Rewind - 8.6.2012

    August 6, 2012

    Press Club Rewind is a weekly review of events at the National Press Club. In this week's edition: a Quinnipiac poll shows uncertainty about Romney costing him points; African American pastors speak out against Obama's stance on same sex marriage; Tom Young hopes his books help bridge the cultural gap…

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