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Falling Health Insurance Prices in the District
Washington—Health Insurance prices are dropping in the District of Columbia. The District Department of Insurance, Securities and Insurance ...
July 27, 2013
Program Revamps DC Community Parks
Washington—Mayor Vincent C. Gray and local government officials cut the ribbon, opening Noyes Park in the Brookland neighborhood ...
July 24, 2013
Meditation and Signature Collection at National Mall Raise Awareness of Persecution
WASHINGTON-Practitioners of Falun Gong practiced tranquil exercises on the National Mall in Washington, D.C. on July 20, the ...
July 21, 2013
A Streetcar Named Development
The District of Columbia Department of Transportation appealed to private sector transportation professionals to invest in the District’s ...
July 17, 2013
Jim Messina Joins Anthony Brown’s Campaign for Governor
At a press conference at his campaign headquarters in Largo, Maryland, Lieutenant Governor Anthony G. Brown announced on ...
July 13, 2013
Anti-Death Penalty Activists Fast Near Supreme Court
Since 1976, 1,338 people have been executed in the U.S. Of those executions, 500 have taken place in ...
July 8, 2013
Thousands Cheer at Washington’s Independence Day Parade
The National Independence Day Parade in Washington, D.C. drew thousands of onlookers who partook in the Fourth of ...
July 5, 2013
Student Loan Interest Increase: Political Stalemate
The federal Stafford Subsidized Student Loan interest rate doubled on July 1 from 3.4 percent to 6.8 percent, ...
July 4, 2013
Maryland Healthcare Consumers to Receive Summer Rebate
Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius announced last week that Maryland residents will benefit from ...
July 1, 2013
Real Estate in Clarksburg, Maryland: Classic American Homes
In a sign of economic rebound, construction continues in Clarksburg Village, on the subtle rolling hills of Maryland.
June 27, 2013
Student Loan Debt Endangers Graduates, Economy
WASHINGTON—If Congress does not act concerning the interest rate of subsidized student loans, called Stafford loans, the interest ...
June 22, 2013
DC Economists Recommend New Policies for Women
WASHINGTON—Economist couple Betsey Stevenson and Justin Wolfers asserted that new public policies may be necessary to address the ...
June 15, 2013
Bones Line National Mall in Washington
WASHINGTON—A million human bones, crafted by artists, students, and educators from around the world were displayed on the ...
June 11, 2013
Trump Hotel in DC : Congress Reviews Lease Plans
WASHINGTON—The Trump Organization’s plans to convert the historic Old Post Office Pavilion and Clock Tower into a luxury ...
June 8, 2013
Overnight Walking Awakens Understanding of Suicide
Participants in a suicide prevention walk in Washington, D.C., carried the memory of their loved ones on their ...
June 5, 2013
Legislator Wants Big Fund for Infrastructure
In the wake of the May 23 bridge collapse in Washington state, Representative John Delany (D-MD) introduced the ...
June 1, 2013
Congress Offers Free Hepatitis Tests
Free Hepatitis screenings were offered in Congress May 24 to raise awareness of the often symptomless but dangerous ...
May 28, 2013
Congress Intervention for American Held in Bolivia
Actor Sean Penn asked legislators to intervene for American Joseph Ostreicher, who has been held in Bolivia for ...
May 27, 2013
Senator Cardin Optimistic About Immigration Reform
Senator Ben Cardin (D-Md.) expressed hope that a bipartisan immigration reform bill will pass, when he met with ...
May 24, 2013
Conference: Fed Contracting Despite Sequestration
Federal and state contractors and business owners seeking to become government contractors had an opportunity to learn from ...
May 23, 2013
Kweku Mandela at Global Youth Traffic Safety Month
The National Organization for Youth Safety (NOYS) kicked off Global Youth Traffic Safety Month in Washington DC.
May 14, 2013
Minority Contractors Remember Their Mothers in Baltimore
On May 10, the 10th annual Maryland Washington Minority Companies Association (MWMCA) spring breakfast and business expo in ...
May 13, 2013
Virginia International University is Rich in Diversity
VIU’s student body for the academic 2012-2013 year had 882 graduate and undergraduate students. Of those, 13 percent ...
May 9, 2013
Real Estate: Bidding Wars in Northern Virginia
Real estate brokers in northern Virginia compare the current market to a jungle.
May 8, 2013
DC Mayor Proposal: Driver’s Licenses for Illegal Immigrants
Mayor Vincent Gray announced legislation May 2 that would allow undocumented immigrants residing in the District to obtain ...
May 6, 2013
Behind Air Traffic Delays: Sequester or Politics?
The Obama administration said airline delays were because of automatic spending cuts; others said it was politics.
May 2, 2013
Bill Clinton, Elie Wiesel Remember the Holocaust
The U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum commemorates its 20th anniversary
May 1, 2013
Biden Warns and Offers Rare Bit of Praise for Putin Ahead of Meeting
Chinese Ride-Hail Firm Didi Expected to Raise Billions In US Listing Amid Increased Scrutiny
College Asks Appeals Court to Void Order Ending Gender-Specific Facilities
Military Whistleblower Says Large Black Lives Matter Flag Was Hung at US Naval Base in Africa
New York Times Issues Correction After Claiming Satire Website Babylon Bee ‘Trafficked in Misinformation’
Republicans Gohmert, Clyde Sue Pelosi Over Metal Detector Fines
Hospital Workers Appeal Ruling That Dismissed Vaccine Mandate Lawsuit
Supreme Court Rejects Election Lawsuit That Targeted California’s Voting Process
Portland Rioter Sentenced to 5 Years in Prison
Arizona Senate Audit Liaison Disputes Report Claiming Hundreds of Thousands of Ballots Missing