It’s Historic: D.C. Statehood Moves Closer to Passage
The decades-long effort to officially make most of the District of Columbia into the 51st state of the United States, took a giant step forward on Feb. 21 with the […]
Inside the Michael Cohen Hearing (photos)
Democrats mostly stuck to questioning Cohen about Donald Trump’s alleged criminal conduct, while Republican members tried their best to discredit a man who spent 10 years as his close confidante.
Protesting Trump’s Emergency Powers Declaration (photos)
Activists in Washington D.C. joined in with President’s Day rallies across the country to protest President Donald Trump’s decision to declare a national emergency to fund additional spending for a […]
John Dingell: Funerals in Dearborn and Georgetown
On Thursday, Feb. 14, a funeral mass will be held at Holy Trinity Church in Georgetown, with an interment to follow at Arlington National Cemetery.
State of the Union Speech Dominated by Women
When the president acknowledged their historic numbers in Congress, the entire block of white-clothed Democratic women leaped up from their seats and started cheering.
Inside the State of the Union (photos)
Photographer Jeff Malet shares a gallery of his photos from inside the House Chamber at President Donald J. Trump’s State of the Union speech on Feb. 5.
Women March in D.C. to Protest Trump and His Policies (photos)
This year’s march came against the backdrop of a partial government shutdown, which began on Dec. 22 after the president refused to back down on his demand for border wall funding.
Happy New Year — We Made It!
As we write—or try to write—about the future and things to look forward to in 2019 as well as things to look back to what is really an unfinished year, […]
Bowser Urges Trump to ‘Reach a Deal’
Mayor Muriel Bowser sent a letter to President Donald Trump on Dec. 26, speaking for her constituents about the partial federal government shutdown, which started on Dec. 22.
Political Floodwaters Rise With Kavanaugh Hearing
Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh presented himself as both self-confident, and, oddly, as a victim — and, more than that, the subject of persecution by the Democratic Party.