The dust-up concerned the New York Times columnist’s July 24 party at her N Street home for Times colleague Carl Hulse and his new book.
Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton reported on Feb. 21 that she had introduced H.R.51, the Washington, D.C. Admission Act, and obtained a record 155 original cosponsors.
Holy Trinity Church on 36th Street in Georgetown was overfilling with love — and with people — for Dingell, who died on Feb. 7 in Michigan at the age of 92 from complications due to prostate cancer.
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.
This week’s column explains the “toothpick rule,” Nancy Pelosi’s apparent two-vote margin to be elected speaker of the House and the nonpartisan affection for congressional grandchildren.
Our writer looks at Georgetowner Nancy Pelosi’s chances, the diversity of the 116th Congress and two cases, past and present, of a correspondent’s expulsion.
Also among the donated items: the speech Nancy Pelosi gave when sworn in as speaker of the House, the Congressional Record containing the speech and the tally sheet of the vote electing her.
Thousands of activists brandishing signs and sporting signature pink “pussycats” gathered on the National Mall and marched to the White House on Saturday, Jan. 20. Participating in the 2018 Women’s […]
According to the event’s organizers, a key aim of the Jan. 20 event was to encourage women to engage in the political process, including running for office.