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Citizendium has multiple articles using the name Washington:
- Washington, D.C.: The city in the District of Columbia where resides the principal government offices of the United States.
- Washington (U.S. state): 42nd state of the USA.
- George Washington: (1732-1799) First U.S. President (from 1789 to 1797) and commander in chief of the Continental Army during the American Revolution.
- Booker T. Washington: (1856-1915) Born into slavery, he became the most prominent leader of the African American community in the early 20th century; wrote Up From Slavery.
- Washington Irving: (1783-1859) American writer, considered the first American man of letters, best known for his short stories, The Legend of Sleepy Hollow and Rip Van Winkle.
- Washington Examiner: A free print and online news medium, owned by Clarity Media Group and providing political content to other Examiners nationwide, of conservative editorial policy
- Washington Post: A daily newspaper in Washington, D.C., and first publisher of the details of the Watergate scandal.
- Washington Post Company: Newspaper, magazine, web, and television media company based in the U.S.
- Washington Times: A Washington, D.C. newspaper and online publishing company, owned by the Unification Church, created as a conservative alternative to the Washington Post
- Washington Consensus: An interpretation of the conditions required by the International Monetary Fund for financial assistance to developing countries.
- Washington Institute for Near East Policy: A think tank on the Middle East, founded with American Israel Public Affairs Committee sponsorship, although considered reasonably objective until the neoconservative push toward U.S. military intervention; still remained more fact-oriented than some more ideologically based groups
- Washington Naval Treaty: Signed by the United States of America, the British Empire, France, Italy, and Japan at Washington, February 6, 1922.
- Washington Report on Middle East Affairs: Produced by the American Education Trust (AET), created retired Foreign Service Officers, it endorses United Nations Security Council Resolution 242, the "land for peace" proposal to solve the Israel-Palestine Conflict; it includes both Israeli and Palestinian views
- Washington Summit: The first meeting of the leaders of the Group of Twenty countries, held at Washington DC in November 2008.