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November 1, 2021

In the nation’s capital, we’re frequently deluged with news and information —  so much so that we often seek solace in nature, especially during the pandemic. We all know, however, […]

Inside the First Public Impeachment Inquiry Hearing (photos)

November 14, 2019

On Nov. 13, two diplomats painted a damaging picture of a president willing to sacrifice America’s interests for his own by pressuring a foreign power to help him win reelection.

Luis Alvarez, 9/11 First Responder, Laid to Rest Day Before July 4th

July 3, 2019

At the National Mall by the Lincoln Memorial, they’re going to try to make an impression on the Fourth of July. It’s a big thing, what with the talk, the […]

A Not So Surprising Election Outcome Sets Us Up for 2020

November 7, 2018

It’s over. The hurricane midterm—once in a different political landscape predicted to take on the proportions of a blue wave—has come if not entirely gone. The election—at times feared or […]

Capitol Newspeg: Majority, Diversity, Civility

October 15, 2018

What would happen if the majority changes in the House? Plus different ways to approach diversity on the Supreme Court and when and where incivility is apparently okay.