With Roe v. Wade Overturned: D.C.’s Abortion Debates Heat Up
Battle lines have formed in the wake of the Supreme Court’s June 24 ruling overturning the landmark 1973 Roe vs. Wade decision guaranteeing Americans the constitutional right to abortion. At […]
SCOTUS Springs a Leak
Leaks are pernicious things. You often don’t know you have one until water starts to drip down your wall or a stain creeps across the ceiling. It’s not a good […]
Bowser Announces One-Time Stimulus Payment
The $1,200 payment will be sent to around 20,000 individuals who were eligible for Pandemic Unemployment Assistance and filed on or before Nov. 30.
Republican Convention Launched With Trump’s Nomination in Charlotte
The next four evenings, Monday through Thursday, will be devoted to mostly virtual convention events focused on celebrating the homeland.
Politics, Impeachment Are Heating Up
The looming impeachment process slowly swallowed up everything else. Formally, that occurred with the delivery, on Thursday, of the two articles of impeachment against President Trump.
Sen. John McCain, Gone Too Soon at 81
McCain had qualities that might have inspired us moving forward: humor, the experience of suffering, a heroic nature, principles and honor, a natural optimism about American virtues and the nation’s future.
Senate Votes to End Government Shutdown
Around 2 p.m. on Monday, Jan. 22, it was clear that Democrats helped the Senate reach the 60-vote threshold to end the government shutdown. The final procedural vote to end the debate was 81 to 18.