When interior designer Mary Douglas Drysdale’s clients purchased their circa-1980s traditional brick house in Washington, D.C., it had a lot of selling points—including its location in the tony Foxhall
Near end of Albert Camus’s existentialist novel “The Stranger,” Meursault, the protagonist, is visited by a priest who offers him comfort in the face of his impending execution. Meursault, who has not
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After decades of rising temperatures, Arctic conditions have reached new heights again this year. The latest report on the Arctic by the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration finds dwindling
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