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OCTOBER 13: Former Alaskan Governor Sarah Palin speaks at a rally supported by military veterans, tea party activists and Republicans, regarding the government shutdown on October 13, 2013 in Washington, DC.
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North Carolina Mayor Adam O'Neal is walking from North Carolina to Washington DC to fight for Medicaid expansion and rural hospitals.
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Evolving plans for The Wharf neighborhood in Southwest Washington now include the redevelopment of the St. Augustine Church site and a 108-unit condominium building adjacent to a 3.5-acre waterfront park overlooking the river.
The Obama administration is hosting a major summit the first week of August with leaders of African nations in Washington, D.C. as the Ebola outbreak in Africa is spinning out of control.
This is not a political diary, so my apologies for that, but many are familiar with the DC area, so that's why I wrote this diary.
Stephen L. Carter , the author of this fictionalized account of the 1962 Cuban missile crisis, is both a law professor at Yale and a prolific writer.
When Johnathon Carrington makes a trip home to visit his mother or get what he considers a decent haircut, the Georgetown University student takes a G2 Metrobus that carries him four miles east across a divide that separates the city where he goes to school from the city where he grew up.
The focus in the Congress this week is on getting a few things done before the annual summer break for lawmakers, as after this Friday, the House and Senate won't be in legislative session again until after Labor Day, what's known in Washington, D.C. as the August Recess.
Making your way to the entrance of 7900 Tysons One Place - the 22-story office tower where satellite communications company Intelsat relocated two weeks ago - involves a maze of orange cones, tall construction fences and men in hard hats working on adjacent buildings.
Read David McCullough's wonderful book "1776" and watch the classic "All the President's Men" about President Richard Nixon and the Watergate scandal or the Netflix series "House of Cards."
District of Columbia police say detectives have arrested a man after a woman reported an Uber car service driver had sexually assaulted her.
A federal judge on Saturday overturned Washington D.C.'s ban on carrying handguns outside the home, saying it was unconstitutional.
This July 24, 2014, file photo shows Speaker of the House John Boehner of Ohio, during a news conference on Capitol Hill in Washington.
During the past three weeks, while the cast and crew of Amaluna have taken a richly deserved vacation, the eponymous and mysterious island has been making a silent and invisible voyage.
The Metropolitan Police Department says officers were called Saturday around 12:15 a.m. to the 200 block of Savannah Street SE.
U.S. Sen. John Walsh is backtracking on earlier statements suggesting post-traumatic stress disorder from his Iraq War military service played a role in why he plagiarized his masters' thesis in 2007.
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