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Capital Journal Daybreak: Stakes High for Trump in Presidential Debates, More

Today on the campaign trail and more of the biggest news stories and exclusive features from Washington on politics, policy, financial regulation and defense.

How Washington’s National Mall Became The National Mall

“In the beginning, before Washington had been designated the nation’s capital, much of the Mall was an empty lowland along the Potomac, made yet marshier by the Tiber Creek, which flowed into the river not far from where the Washington Monument stands today.”

Take Another Look at This Incredibly Detailed Soviet Map of Washington, D.C.

The USSR’s mapmakers plotted America’s capital down to the last pumping station Continue reading on War Is Boring »...

Capital Journal Daybreak: The Election’s Four Key Battleground States

Today on the campaign trail and more of the biggest news stories and exclusive features from Washington on politics, policy, financial regulation and defense.

Data privacy startup Virtru secures $29 million

Bessemer Venture Partners led a $29 million investment for data privacy startup Virtru, the Washington, D.C.-based security software developer announced today. The series A capital will help Virtru build new products and scale worldwide. “With the new funding and the support of best security and privacy investors and operators in the industry, we will take our […]

Drake Played A Gogo Flip Of “One Dance” At His Show In Washington D.C.

Fans did not appreciate his attempt to pay tribute to the capital’s musical tradition.

A Capital Place for Fun

Washington DC doesn’t appear on many lists of top adventure travel destinations, but if you know where to look, there are plenty of options, ranging from the sedate to the scary (besides visiting Congress and seeing our politicians in action). Show More Summary

Capital Journal Daybreak: Campaign 2016; Iran; More

Today on the campaign trail and more of the biggest news stories and exclusive features from Washington on politics, policy, financial regulation and defense.

[UPDATE] Washington Monument To Remain Closed Thursday For More Elevator Repairs

D.C. Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton has called it the "most important elevator in the nation’s capital." [ more › ]

Washington Post Criticizes “Porous Ethical Wall” Between Clinton Foundation and Hillary’s State Department

The Washington Post may be the liberal paper of record in the nation’s capital, but that didn’t keep the editorial board from criticizing Hillary Clinton for failing to establish an impenetrable ethical wall between herself and the Clinton Foundation while she was secretary of state: “IN ANOTHER election year with an opponent who is not […]

Capital Journal Daybreak: Clinton, Biden Head to Scranton, More

Today on the campaign trail and more of the biggest news stories and exclusive features from Washington on politics, policy, financial regulation and defense.

Predicting the Top Candidates for the 2016-17 Vezina Trophy

Nine goalies received votes for the Vezina Trophy in 2015-16, with Braden Holtby of the Washington Capitals leading the way. Holtby delivered a fabulous season, highlighted by 66 starts, 48 wins and strong finishes in all categories. The Vezina Trophy is voted on by the 30 NHL general managers, with guidelines explained per NHL.com. Show More Summary

New Clinton effort tries to tap the power of 'Dreamers'

WASHINGTON (AP) — Hillary Clinton's campaign is launching a new effort to tap into the political power of young, undocumented immigrants, hoping to capitalize on Donald Trump's promises to make deporting them a top priority of his presidency. Clinton's...Show More Summary

Odd Things About Baseball Uniforms From A Weather Perspective

Major League Baseball players are called "the boys of summer." As my wife and I watched her beloved Atlanta Bravesplay the WashingtonNationals last night I glimpsed at the Washington Post Capital Weather Gang Twitter feed. It warned, Be prepared to sweat in the mugginess They were right. Nationals [...]

US Asia-Pacific Ramp-Up: Will Japan Become Washington’s Regional Foot Soldier?

Many military experts note that the US has been trying to capitalize on tensions between China and Japan and wreak havoc in the region, however preferring to stay behind the scenes; Russian military analyst Konstantin Sivkov told Sputnik that Tokyo is perfectly able not only to defend itself but be the first to attack.

Capital Journal Daybreak: Can GOP Senate Incumbents Split From Trump?

Today on the campaign trail and more of the biggest news stories and exclusive features from Washington on politics, policy, financial regulation and defense.

‘We wanted to come home’: Ron Fournier on making the move from DC to Detroit

Ron Fournier, the national political journalist, made headlines of his own this week when he announced that he was leaving Washington, DC, for his hometown of Detroit. During his 25 years in the capital, Fournier served as bureau chief...Show More Summary

Revolution's latest hire is all about capitalizing on Steve Case's Third Wave

WASHINGTON — Venture capital firm Revolution LLC wants to boost its public profile and expand its talent pool as it positions itself to become the go-to venture fund for startups navigating the often complex public policy landscape. D.C.-based...Show More Summary

Community spotlight: Frederick

Frederick, Maryland, is just one hour from Washington D.C. and is a longstanding favorite among parents seeking community outside of the busy city. Because Frederick is so close to the nation’s capital, the town acts as an epicenter for local business, rich American culture, family-friendly values and scenic beauty...

Capital Journal Daybreak: Campaign 2016 Economic Debate Takes Shape

Today on the campaign trail and more of the biggest news stories and exclusive features from Washington on politics, policy, financial regulation and defense.

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