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Square Feet: A Decaying Waterfront in Washington Returns to Life

Square Feet: A Decaying Waterfront in Washington Returns to Life

New slips and a new clubhouse for the venerable Capital Yacht Club are just a few of the features of the waterfront development in Washington called the Wharf.
Can 1 Trump Stop a Party? Not This CBC Week

Can 1 Trump Stop a Party? Not This CBC Week

When this year’s Congressional Black Caucus Foundation Annual Legislative Conference kicks off Wednesday, there will be the usual convergence of politicos, professionals, subject-matter experts,
Deep Throat Deserves Better Than <i>Mark Felt</i>

Deep Throat Deserves Better Than <i>Mark Felt</i>

Picture this: Washington, D.C., is ruled by a thin-skinned, paranoid megalomaniac. He is surrounded by a bunch of crooks and cronies, some of whom helped him cheat his way to the White House. His
Trump’s Inaugural Committee to Donate $3 Million to Hurricane Relief

Trump’s Inaugural Committee to Donate $3 Million to Hurricane Relief

The Presidential Inaugural Committee raised a record-setting $107 million after permitting unlimited corporate and individual donations in amounts up to $1 million.
Thousands of protesters take to D.C. streets to rally for racial justice

Thousands of protesters take to D.C. streets to rally for racial justice

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Thousands of people rallied for racial justice in the nation’s capital on Saturday as part of the March for Racial Justice and the March for Black Women. The two rallies, which were
Marches for Racial Justice and Black Women Converge in Washington

Marches for Racial Justice and Black Women Converge in Washington

Protesters in Lincoln Park taking part in the March for Racial Justice in Washington on Saturday. The event coincided with the March for Black Women, also organized as a denunciation of entrenched
Thousands Descend on Washington, DC, for the March for Black Women

Thousands Descend on Washington, DC, for the March for Black Women

Although there was in fact a March for Racial Justice on Saturday in Washington, D.C., there was also a rally specifically for, about and led by black women: the March for Black Women, sponsored by
Trump Urges Unity, but Puerto Rico and Las Vegas Visits Could Test His Words

Trump Urges Unity, but Puerto Rico and Las Vegas Visits Could Test His Words

The coming week will pose the greatest test yet of whether a leader who plays to America’s divisions can also appeal to its sense of national unity.
Zippy Amtrak Train Gets Tangled in ‘the Swamp’

Zippy Amtrak Train Gets Tangled in ‘the Swamp’

An Amtrak Acela train crosses Hell Gate Bridge in New York. The train is a preferred means of transportation for Northeastern elites.
Who’s ready for a 45′ tall naked woman on the National Mall all winter?

Who’s ready for a 45′ tall naked woman on the National Mall all winter?

Hey, given the times we live in... why not, right? The post Who’s ready for a 45′ tall naked woman on the National Mall all winter? appeared first on Hot Air.
Washington Memo: ‘Petty Nonsense’ of Washington: Tillerson Joins in Thrashing the Capital

Washington Memo: ‘Petty Nonsense’ of Washington: Tillerson Joins in Thrashing the Capital

Secretary of State Rex W. Tillerson on Wednesday. When asked if he had called the president a “moron,” he bristled: “This is what I don’t understand about Washington.”
When Soviets Launched Sputnik, C.I.A. Was Not Surprised

When Soviets Launched Sputnik, C.I.A. Was Not Surprised

The Soviet Union propelled the Sputnik satellite into space in 1957, making it the first man-made object to orbit the earth. In this image, released around the time of the launch, the satellite is
Mike Isabella, Washington’s Restless Restaurateur

Mike Isabella, Washington’s Restless Restaurateur

The restaurateur Mike Isabella inside the Tysons Galleria in Virginia, where he will soon open Isabella Eatery, his take on a food hall.
Mike Isabella, Washington’s Restless Restaurateur

Mike Isabella, Washington’s Restless Restaurateur

The restaurateur Mike Isabella inside the Tysons Galleria in Virginia, where he will soon open Isabella Eatery, his take on a food hall.
This Is Not Arthur Laffer’s Famous Napkin

This Is Not Arthur Laffer’s Famous Napkin

The Laffer Curve napkin is on display at the National Museum of American History in Washington.
This Is Not Arthur Laffer’s Famous Napkin

This Is Not Arthur Laffer’s Famous Napkin

The Laffer Curve napkin is on display at the National Museum of American History in Washington.

Why Trump Hates the Iran Nuclear Deal

President Trump has called the Iran nuclear deal the “worst deal ever.” David E. Sanger, the national security correspondent for The Times, explains why the president is against the deal, and what
All Clear After Police Respond to Report of Possible Shooter at Howard

All Clear After Police Respond to Report of Possible Shooter at Howard

Updated Tuesday, Oct. 17, 2017, 2:47 p.m.: The Metropolitan Police Department has confirmed that all buildings have been cleared and Howard University’s campus is safe. No gunman was found.Read
A Big Test of Police Body Cameras Defies Expectations

A Big Test of Police Body Cameras Defies Expectations

A large study found police body cameras did not greatly alter behavior. In this model, a red light indicates the camera is recording.

Body cameras don’t stop police violence, study finds

Since the police shooting death of Michael Brown in 2014, police departments across America have invested millions to equip officers with body cameras in hopes of reducing use of force among cops as