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Crony Capitalism and Stifled Speech

Was it a typo or a Freudian slip? The Washington Post reports: As president-elect, for instance, Trump took Boeing to task for cost overruns when he tweeted that the Air Force One program’s $4 billion expenditures were “out of control” and suggested the contract be canceled…. Trump was more complementary on Feb. Show More Summary

Conservative Groups to GOP: Get to Tax Overhaul

Good morning. Here’s Joshua Jamerson’s take on the news, and other top stories from the Washington bureau. Contact Josh at Joshua.Jamerson@wsj.com and follow him @joshjame. Click here to get the Capital Journal Daybreak newsletter delivered to your inbox. Show More Summary

Trump works a day in Washington amid White House renovations

The White House is visibly under renovation during President Donald Trump's one-day return to Washington. Trump's Monday in the nation's capital is a bit of a break from a break. … Click to Continue »

WNBA players had a dance-off after roof leak caused game delay

INCREDIBLE impromptu work. What if I told you that rain delayed WNBA games were actually... good? The Washington Mystics didn’t let their home crowd fans down when an absolute downpour in the nation’s capital caused the second roof leak at Capital One Arena in two weeks. Show More Summary

Bryan Murray, coach who led Washington Capitals to first playoffs, dies at 74

Mr. Murray won NHL’s awards for coach of the year and executive of the year and led the Ottawa Senators to the Stanley Cup final

News Analysis: Trump Threats Are Wild Card in Showdown With North Korea

last weekNews : NYTimes: News

Many in Washington and capitals across the Pacific are wondering whether President Trump’s fusillade of apocalyptic threats was more method or madness.

In Washington, a Truly Underground Arts Scene

last weekNews : NYTimes: News

Dupont Underground, in a long-vacant former trolley tunnel, is part of a wave of spaces where local artists can showcase their work in the capital.

Phillip Kennicott: Unique Louis Kahn Concert Hall barge Belongs In DC

"The boat belongs in Washington, a city both blessed and socially determined by its rivers. The nation’s capital was founded at the confluence of the Potomac and the Anacostia, near the ports of Georgetown and Alexandria, and is home to the country’s oldest naval base. At times, the city has embraced its river setting, most […]

5 Questions for Our Revolution’s Nina Turner

Here’s Joshua Jamerson’s take on the news, and other top stories from the Washington bureau. Contact Josh at Joshua.Jamerson@wsj.com and follow him @joshjame. Click here to get the Capital Journal Daybreak newsletter delivered to your inbox. Show More Summary

Trump hotel in D.C. made $2 million profit in 4 months, now charges highest rates in town

last weekHumor / odd : Boing Boing

President Trump and his family own, operate, and profit bigly from the most expensive hotel in the nation's capital. Driving the inflated rates at the Trump International Hotel in Washington: favor-seekers from around the world know to stay there when they hope to curry favor with Trump's government. (more…)

Russian military jet buzzes Washington, surveilling rather than threatening the capital

last weekNews : USAToday: News

A Russian military jet flew over Washington Wednesday as part of a routine agreement for the countries to monitor each other from the sky.        

Russian surveillance plane creates buzz in Washington

A low-flying Russian airplane has created buzz in the nation's capital, but it turns out the surveillance flight over the Capitol, Pentagon and other sites was cleared by the U.S. … Click to Continue »

Washington Wizards' Verizon Center renamed Capital One Arena

A $40 million investment of upgrades will be made to coincide with the name change.        

Trump Warns North Korea, as U.S. Hopes China Steps Up

Here’s Joshua Jamerson’s take on the news, and other top stories from the Washington bureau. Contact Josh at Joshua.Jamerson@wsj.com and follow him @joshjame. Click here to get the Capital Journal Daybreak newsletter delivered to your inbox. Show More Summary

One Day, One Place: Washington’s shadowy spy history

[...] the capital that bears his name today has carried on the grand tradition pretty much since it became the seat of power, through civil wars, world wars, cold wars, computer wars and everything in between. Fortunately, while theShow More Summary

Golden Knights sign Nate Schmidt to 2-year deal after arbitration

2 weeks agoSports / Hockey : USAToday: NHL

Vegas announced an arbitrator's decision on a two-year, $4.45 million deal for the former Washington Capitals defenseman.        

Trump Begins a 17-Day Vacation

Like many denizens of Washington DC, President Donald Trump is escaping the heat that smothers the nation's capital in August. But his respite is anything but brief. The president will spend 17 days at his private golf club in Bedminster,...Show More Summary

Boston, New York and Washington

These spring and summertime journeys lift the lid on some of the Eastern seaboard's most historic cities: US capital and seat...

HRC Announces Chefs for Equality Lineup of Top Chefs & Mixologists

For the sixth consecutive year, the HRC Foundation and prominent food writer David Hagedorn are bringing together the capital region’s top culinary talent for Chefs for Equality, Washington, D.C.’s premier food event. The evening ofShow More Summary

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