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.
5th Straight Year of Less Crime According to a report from the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments, crimes like murder, assault, robbery and car theft are down for the fifth […]
D.C. Breaks Ground on RFK Campus Project Mayor Muriel Bowser and Events DC kicked off phase one of the redevelopment of the empty Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Stadium. This initial […]
On Aug. 21, at the Georgetown Public Library, Jennifer Porter-Lupu, a doctoral student in anthropology at Northwestern University, presented a portion of what she had uncovered.
Vincent, founder of British restaurant company Leon, chose D.C. to set up his first American shop because he found it to be the U.S. city most like London.
Maydan on Bon Appetit’s ‘Hot Ten’ List Maydan, at 1346 Florida Ave. NW, is the second-best restaurant in the country, according to Bon Appetit’s “Hot Ten” list for 2018. The […]
3 Metro Lines to Avoid in August From Aug. 11 to 26, there will be a 24/7 shutdown of Metro’s Blue Line and single-tracking throughout the Orange and Silver Lines. […]
Past and present White House aides turned out on July 26 to fete Sean Spicer’s memoir, “The Briefing.” Kellyanne Conway and Sarah Huckabee Sanders were among those huddled together in […]
Air Force Wins All-Star Armed Services Classic A new event ahead of the Major League Baseball All-Star Game, the All-Star Armed Services Classic, brought many fans out to Nationals Park […]
Thaddeus Stevens School: Renovations Begin Mayor Muriel Bowser announced the start of renovations of the closed Thaddeus Stevens School in the West End. A National Historic Landmark, the 1868 public […]