National Review Touts “Conservatives Against Trump” Broadside by 22 Buckleyite and Neocon Ideologues; McCain, Dole, Lott, Hatch, Branstad See Cruz as Catastrophe for GOP; Trump Thus Exposed as Lap Dog of the Washington GOP Oligarchy;...Show More Summary
Before Storm Jonas rolled in over the weekend I had the opportunity to attend the national Common Ground conference in Washington D.C. The event, sponsored by the United Soybean Board and the National Corn Growers Association, was created to help farm women learn how to better communicate with urban women about the safety and security of their food. “The ideas... Read More
WASHINGTON -- As residents in the nation's capital continue to dig out from the weekend's massive snowstorm, which dumped almost two feet of snow on the city, the weather forced the federal government to shut down its offices and Congress to delay legislative business this week. Show More Summary
HH: As Snowmageddon ravages Washington, D.C., I was dispirited, actually, to learn from Kyle, who is Dr. Larry Arnn, the president of Hillsdale College’s key aide, that Dr. Arnn was snowbound in Washington, D.C. And I said you know, we Ohioans consider this a flurry. Show More Summary
NASA published photos taken from National Oceanic Atmospheric Admistration's (NOAA) satellite of the massive blizzard that paralyzed Washington, New York, and other northeastern US cities. By midnight on Saturday, New York City experienced its second-biggest storm ever with 26.8 inches of snowfall. Show More Summary
Not everyone hates the unusual blizzard that dumped 2 feet or more of snow in Washington D.C. and other locations on the East coast.Giant Panda Stars at National Zoo Please consider Giant Panda Stars at National Zoo in Reaction to Blizzard."A...Show More Summary
WASHINGTON (AP) — The House has postponed votes this coming week — including one on overriding President Barack Obama's health care veto — because of the snowstorm that has socked in the nation's capital. The office of Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy says the House won't be holding votes on Tuesday or Wednesday because of the storm and how it's affected travel.
Trump’s Conservative Enablers by Dana Milbank Washington Post Columnist WASHINGTON — Late Thursday night, the National Review, the storied conservative magazine founded by William F. Buckley, published an issue denouncing Donald Trump. Show More Summary
The National Weather Service has clear guidelines on how to measure snowfall. It doesn't look like those guidelines were followed.
Tian Tian, the19-year-old 275-pound panda at Washington D.C.’s National Zoo, woke up to the blizzard and seemed to be having a wonderful time. How much snow have you got in your neck of the woods?… Read The post Panda Wins Blizzard: WATCH appeared first on Towleroad.
Panda. Snow. Floof-play. Didn't take long on #Blizzard2016 weekend for this video to go viral. Tian Tian, an adult giant panda bear who lives at Smithsonian's National Zoo in Washington, DC enjoys rolling around in the snow after a winter...Show More Summary
An absolutely adorable giant panda named Tian Tian, who lives at the Smithsonian’s National Zoo and Conservation Biology Institute, had himself the time of his life, gleefully rolling around and trying to completely cover himself in the snow that dumped itself over Washington, D.C. and much of the east coast of the United States. Male […]
Tian Tian, one of four the giant pandas at Washington DC’s Smithsonian National Zoo, is having a time of his life in the snowy storm. The storm could be largest in Washington DC’s history – with up to two and a half feet expected by Saturday night. Show More Summary
While Washington D.C. residents hunkered down on Saturday as Winter Storm Jonas battered a large swath of the Eastern Seaboard, the Smithsonian National Zoo's giant panda Tian Tian basked in snowy bliss. Continue reading ? The post No one loves Winter Storm Jonas more than this giant panda appeared first on PBS NewsHour.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo imposed a travel ban on the nation’s largest city Saturday as a fast-moving storm dumped more than a foot of snow in Washington and stranded motorists for hours on icy interstates in Pennsylvania and Kentucky as it climbed up the East Coast. All roads, as well as bridges...
As Winter Storm Jonas pummels the East Coast this weekend, Washington DC’s Smithsonian National Zoo posted up this fantastic video of one of their Pandas, Tian Tian, enjoying the weather. Read more...
Tian Tian, one of the National Zoo's adorable pandas is loving Washington, D.C.'s current weather. A potentially historic snowstorm dumped a massive amount of snow on the area as well as other parts of the East Coast on Friday and Saturday,...Show More Summary
(Video Link) Tian Tian is an 18-year old panda that lives at the National Zoo in Washington, D.C. The winter snow storm has hit that region hard, but the Tian Tian and his friends are having a great time there. This morning, caretakers spotted him rolling playfully in the snow. Pandas have thick coats and the cold doesn't bother them at all. -via Jonah Goldberg
Pandas, unlike people, are practically made for blizzard conditions. While the human residents of Washington, D.C., sheathed in down coats, scrambled to stock up on pantry items, the giant pandas at the National Zoo were living their...Show More Summary
The Washington D.C. area is completely shut down and is covered in upwards of one foot of snow (with more on the way), but the intense (...)