The Georgetowner stands with the Boston Globe and other media outlets in support of the First Amendment, which includes freedom of the press, one of America’s most critical freedoms.
When the group made it into Lafayette Square, protesters continued to shout loudly, though they were kept far away, physically, from rally participants. At 5:15, Jason Kessler and his group left.
Former United Kingdom Independence Party leader Nigel Farage was at George Washington University on July 23, encouraging young conservatives to be “happy warriors.”
"The President Is Missing" is a work of fiction, but just seeing the words Bill Clinton and president on the same book cover can give readers of a progressive bent a little frisson of nostalgia, while keeping Trump followers from taking a look.
Actress and activist Jane Fonda came to the steps of the Wilson Building on July 13 to “stand with working women” and to speak in support of the “One Fair Wage DC” proposal that voters passed in the June 19 primary election.
July 18 is the centenary of Nelson Mandela, who, after 27 years of imprisonment, led his African National Congress to a world-changing victory in 1994.
A 2017 documentary titled “Straws” is drawing as much attention to plastic straws as Al Gore’s “An Inconvenient Truth” did to climate change. However, no group of skeptics about the dangers of plastic straws has appeared (as yet).
This one hurts. This one really hurts. We have almost — almost but not quite — become inured to the instances of mass shootings in...
The World Cup, and every sport from T-ball to professional sports, is a kind of state of mind where fans lose their minds gladly, a kind of alternate reality that includes its actual fantasy counterparts.
His passing dealt a severe blow to the barren, divisive national debate, not only on immigration (in which T-shirts are used as campaign literature and placards as potential weapons), but on most issues.