A longtime Arlington County Board member shakes up Virginia politics by announcing plans to step away. Uncertainty clouds the future for the chief of one of Maryland's treasured public school systems. And the field of candidates narrows in D.C.'s special elections looming in the spring.
“Word of mouth” recommendations are a fairly reliable way to find the best restaurants or hair dressers. The key, of course, is finding a a trustworthy unbiased observer. We look at whether today’s online reviewer websites – like “Yelp” and “Epinions” – can be trusted or are they just another prong in the emerging world of online marketing.
- Michael Rosenwald Local Reporter for The Washington Post
- Mary Engle Associate Director, Division of Advertising Practices, Federal Trade Commission
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