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DC police are shot at, then fire on pursuit suspect

District of Columbia police have charged a man with shooting at an off-duty officer and leading authorities on a chase. Police say in a statement that Jeremiah Woodfork of Suitland, … Click to Continue »

Mann v. National Review — Our Formal Legal Response to the Latest Ruling

On December 22, a three-judge panel of the District of Columbia Court of Appeals issued a verdict in Penn State professor Michael Mann’s defamation case against NR, Mark Steyn, the Competitive Enterprise Institute, and Rand Simberg.Show More Summary

Protesting Trump's Inauguration

Massive preparations are underway here in the District of Columbia for Donald Trump’s inauguration. Temporary fencing is going up along with bleachers and roadblocks. In addition to thousands of well-wishers, thousands of protesters are expected. Show More Summary

What does Donald Trump think about drugs?

Eight US states plus the District of Columbia have legalised cannabis, in conflict with US federal law. Steve Diapola/Reuters Luis Gómez Romero, University of Wollongong In recent years, many countries - with the conspicuous exception of Indonesia and the Philippines - have been rethinking the international war on drugs. Show More Summary

Women have many motivations for DC inauguration protest

Gay rights, gun control, immigrant rights, equal pay, reproductive freedom, racial justice, worker rights, climate change, support for vaccinations: Christopher Geldart, the District of Columbia's homeland security director, said heShow More Summary

Head of DC National Guard asked to stay through inauguration

The departing head of the District of Columbia National Guard says he was asked to stay in his job a bit longer after reports that he would leave in the … Click to Continue »

Inauguration highlights Trump's infrastructure opportunities

WASHINGTON (AP) — As a candidate, Donald Trump said he wanted to make America's infrastructure great again. Political leaders in the region say the District of Columbia's infrastructure mess presents an opportunity to Trump and Republicans in Congress to show they can govern.

ACTION ALERT: Tell Congress to Stop the Nation’s Capital From Legalizing Assisted Suicide

On January 12, 2017, Congressman Brad Wenstrup (R-Oh.) and Senator James Lankford (R-Ok.) introduced a joint measure aimed at protecting the residents of the District of Columbia from becoming the 6th jurisdiction to legalize the dangerous practice of assisted suicide. But to nullify the District of Columbia assisted suicide law, H.J. Res. 27/ S. J. […]

Consumer Fraud Lawsuit Against UniverSoul Circus Heads to Trial

Yesterday, the Superior Court of the District of Columbia ruled that UniverSoul Circus must stand trial for alleged violations of the District of Columbia’s Consumer Protection Procedures Act. Judge... The post Consumer Fraud Lawsuit Against UniverSoul Circus Heads to Trial appeared first on PETA.

Why Consumers Are the New Patients

RAY DESROCHER Meet Edith Stowe. An 83-year-old resident of the District of Columbia, Ms. Stowe has made a routine out of her two to three monthly trips to MedStar Health, a Maryland-based nonprofit health system. After all, her life literally depends on it. Ms. Stowe has chronic kidney failure, so her 5-mile trips to the

The President just fired the top commander of the DC National Guard

The top commander of the District of Columbia National Guard is going to be out of a job just as President-elect Donald Trump takes the oath of office. A memo announcing the removal of Maj. Gen. Errol R. Schwartz was obtained by The Washington Post, which says the 65-year-old general will be out of a job at 12:01 p.m. Show More Summary

Experts have only a hazy idea of marijuana's myriad health effects, and federal laws are to blame

More than 22 million Americans use some form of marijuana each month, and it’s now approved for medicinal or recreational use in 28 states plus the District of Columbia. Nationwide, legal sales of the drug reached an estimated $7.1 billion last year. Yet for all its ubiquity, a comprehensive new...

As Promised, Republicans On Capitol Hill Submit Resolutions To Block D.C. Death With Dignity Act

"These guys use the District of Columbia as a testing ground for their own political agenda," says D.C. Shadow Senator Michael Brown. [ more › ]

D.C.’s credit card was shut off, and that wasn’t the worst of Snowzilla, audit finds

D.C. broke rules and had no controls on $40 million in spending for snow removal last year, the report from the District of Columbia Auditor said.

Congress Will Vote to Stop Washington D.C. From Legalizing Assisted Suicide

District of Columbia Mayor Muriel Bowser signed the assisted suicide bill on December 19. The US Congress has 30 working days to vote NO to assisted suicide in DC. The Washington Examiner reported that: It is not clear if Congress will approve the legislation. It has blocked D.C. legislation before, most recently the city’s recreational marijuana […]

D.C. Delegate Norton Calls For Restoration Of Her Floor Vote

"This vote is a down payment for full voting rights to the more than 680,000 American citizens residing in the District of Columbia," said Holmes Norton in her prepared remarks. [ more › ]

National Archives awards $2.1 million for historical records projects

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Archivist of the United States David S. Ferriero has awarded 30 grants and three cooperative agreements totaling $2,104,819 to projects being undertaken in 22 states and the District of Columbia. The National Archives grants program is carried out through the National Historical Publications and Records Commission (NHPRC). Show More Summary

Now 164 “Bicycle Friendly Universities” In 44 US States + District Of Columbia

There are now 164 Bicycle Friendly Universities in the United States, spread across 44 different states and the District of Columbia (Washington DC), according to the League of American Bicyclists Now 164 “Bicycle Friendly Universities”...Show More Summary

Federal Appeals Court Revives Hillary Email Case Leaving Key Decision To Trump's Attorney General

A federal appeals court for the District of Columbia has breathed new life into the Hillary email-gate scandal which will be music to the ears of Trump's "lock her up" supporters. The case was filed by watchdog groups Judicial WatchShow More Summary

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