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DOT Asks FTA to Better Oversee Dulles Metrorail Project
Large columns of concrete rising from the ground surrounded by cranes, bright orange construction signs, and temporary road ...
August 11, 2012
Crowds Gather in Pursuit of Happiness for Fourth of July Parade
Hundreds of people exercised their right to the pursuit of happiness, as they gathered undeterred by the nearly ...
July 5, 2012
Christmas Tree Lighting Marks Start of Holiday Season
There was plenty of holiday spirit in Washington as the season officially commenced with the First Family lighting ...
December 4, 2011
Full Democracy Freedom Rally and March—DC Oct. 15
On the eve of the dedication of the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial, a few hundred people gathered ...
October 18, 2011
St. Dennis Reopens in Victory for Affordable Housing
Last week, on Oct. 6, the newly renovated St. Dennis Apartment Complex reopened in the historic Mount Pleasant ...
October 12, 2011
MLK Memorial Draws Visitors Despite Canceled Events
Even though Hurricane Irene derailed this week's formal dedication of the memorial to the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther ...
September 1, 2011
Washington, DC Ring Shout Sets World Record
The Shouters chanted songs in a tradition brought to America by enslaved Africans.
July 31, 2011
Republican Senators Boycott Trade Meetings
In a show of discontent Senate Republicans boycotted a meeting on Capitol Hill last week on the pending ...
July 3, 2011
Arctic Ice is Melting
The melting of the sea ice cover in the Arctic region has opened the area to more commercial ...
June 22, 2011
What’s Cooking Uncle Sam?
The government has influenced the food Americans eat since the 1800s. An exhibit at the National Archives documents ...
June 14, 2011
Vietnam Veterans Honored on Veteran’s Day
The Vietnam Wall was a center for remembrance yesterday. War veterans and civilians gathered at the Vietnam War ...
November 12, 2010
Holocaust Memorial Museum Features ‘Sudan at the Crossroads’ Exhibit
Large photos and video from Southern Sudan were projected on two exterior walls of Holocaust Memorial Museum in ...
November 10, 2010
Republican Mark Kirk Takes Over Illinois, Obama’s Home Turf
Republican Mark Kirk, won Obama's old Senate seat in Illinois, over Democrat Alexi Giannoulias with a Republican turnover ...
November 3, 2010
Boozman Wins Arkansas Senate Seat
Republican John Boozman won the race for a US Arkansas Senate seat.
November 2, 2010
George Clooney Advocates for Peace in Sudan
Actor George Clooney called for peace in Darfur at a Council on Foreign Relations event in Washington, DC ...
October 13, 2010
President Obama Supports Empowering Women and Girls
President Obama addressed female leaders of government and business in Washington at Fortune Magazine's Most Powerful Woman Summit.
October 7, 2010
Feds Launch Cybersecurity Campaign
What do you do if you're an unsuspecting victim of online consumer fraud?
October 6, 2010
Senator Compares For Profit Colleges to Casinos
Government Accountability Office found for-profit colleges engaged in fraudulent and aggressive tactics.
October 5, 2010
City Doctors Help Distant Patients
Doctors can provide preliminary diagnoses to patients in other countries via mobile technology.
September 30, 2010
President Obama Rejects Republican Pledge
President Obama responded this weekend to the House Republican's recently issued “Pledge to America."
September 28, 2010
DREAM Act Stalls for Now
The Senate evoked cloture last week, voting not to proceed to debate on the National Defense and Authorization ...
September 26, 2010
US Poverty Rate in 2009 Highest Since 1994
U.S. poverty rate in 2009 was the highest it has been since 1994 according to the U.S. Census ...
September 21, 2010
Cities Install Donation Meters for the Homeless
Many cities have launched anti-panhandling campaigns and installed “giving meters” or “donation meters.”
September 16, 2010
Teachers Should not be Judged by Test Scores, Says Study
Teachers are now being 'graded' based on their students' performance in an effort to tie teacher performance to ...
September 11, 2010
Rallies on the Anniversary of Martin Luther King ‘I have a Dream’ Speech
On the 47th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., thousands of people gathered before the steps of ...
August 30, 2010
Most Doctors Sued During Their Careers
90 percent of general surgeons aged 55 and over have been sued, according to the American Medical Association.
August 27, 2010
Gray Wolves Still on Endangered Species List in Rockies
Federal U.S. District Court recently overturned decision to delist the gray wolves from the Endangered Species list.
August 20, 2010
Senate Confirms Janet Yellen as Secretary of Treasury
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Twitter Initiates ‘Community-Based Approach to Misinformation’
Biden Suggests He’s Willing to Negotiate on $1,400 COVID-19 Stimulus Payments
Bipartisan Group of Senators Challenges Biden’s $1.9 Trillion Pandemic Stimulus Plan
13,000 National Guard Members Currently Stationed in DC: General
US to Continue Tough-on-China Approach After Xi Warns Against ‘Cold War Mentality’ in Speech
Italian Prime Minister Conte to Resign on Tuesday, Seek Fresh Mandate
Biden Condemns Recent Riots: Press Secretary
‘Misses the Mark’: McConnell Says Several Democratic Senators Don’t Support Biden Stimulus Plan
Chicago Teachers Reject Reopening Plan, Refuse to Return to In-person Work