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Capital Journal Daybreak: Iran’s Supreme Leader Holds Key to Nuclear Deal | Indiana Lawmakers Move to Clarify Religious-Objections Law | Regulators Intensify Scrutiny of Bank Boards

The Wall Street Journal's morning rundown of the biggest news stories and exclusive features from Washington on politics, policy, financial regulation, defense and more.

Capitals' Ovechkin Seeking 6th 50-Goal Season of Career

Washington Capitals forward Alex Ovechkin enters Tuesday's game against the Carolina Hurricanes needing just one more goal to reach 50 in a season for the sixth time in his 10-year career, per Sportsnet Stats. With the Capitals still...Show More Summary

Daily Fantasy Hockey 2015: NHL DraftKings Studs and Duds for March 31

The final two playoff positions in the Eastern Conference come into sharp focus on Tuesday night, as the Washington Capitals, Boston Bruins, Ottawa Senators and Florida Panthers are all involved in crucial games. A week ago, the Senators...Show More Summary

Playlist Live To Come To DC In September, Return To Orlando In 2016

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The East Coast's biggest online video event is coming to the nation's capital. Playlist Live, which will return to Orlando on April 22nd, 2016, will also come to the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, DC between September...Show More Summary

Capital Journal Daybreak: Marco Rubio Makes Plans for 2016 Run | Crunch Time for Iran Nuclear Talks | Nevada Becomes Hot Senate Contest

The Wall Street Journal's morning rundown of the biggest news stories and exclusive features from Washington on politics, policy, financial regulation, defense and more.

Can You Guess Which City Is Getting Google Fiber Next? (Hint: It’s Not Washington, D.C.)

Although Google has visited our nation's capital a great deal recently, getting Google Fiber there doesn't appear to be in the works.

Lew Newmyer, founder of Armand’s Chicago Pizzeria, dies at 92

Lew Newmyer, a Washington restaurateur and entrepreneur who founded and brought Armand’s Chicago Pizzeria to more than a dozen locations in the capital area, died March 16 at a rehabilitation facility in Rockville, Md. He was 92. Read full article >>

Seib Video: Israel’s Attitude About a Possible Nuclear Deal With Iran

WSJ's Adam Entous reported this week about the spying that Israel has been doing on talks between the U.S. and Iran over a potential nuclear deal. Washington Bureau Chief Jerry Seib talks to him on the Capital Journal Roundtable about what he has learned about the Israeli attitude toward the possible deal.

Boswell: The 2015 Nationals are built to last

VIERA, Fla. — It’s unlikely that Washington has much idea of how fortunate it has been in the first 10 seasons since baseball returned to the nation’s capital. Nor is it likely that most local sports fans grasp how remarkable it is for what was essentially an expansion franchise in ’06 when the Lerners bought the ex-Expos to reach its current status.Read full article >>

Rubio seeks to strip gun-control authority from DC officials

WASHINGTON (AP) — A likely Republican presidential candidate has introduced a bill that would ban local elected officials in the nation's capital from enacting gun-control laws. The only announced GOP presidential candidate, Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas, introduced resolutions last week disapproving of two District laws.

U.S. warns of possible attacks on Westerners in Uganda

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Embassy in Uganda on Wednesday warned it had received information of possible terrorist threats to locations frequented by Westerners in the capital Kampala and that an attack may take place soon.

The British Royals are Here

The Prince of Wales and his wife, the Duchess of Cornwall, arrived in Washington Tuesday evening for a four day goodwill U.S. tour to the nation’s capital and Louisville, Kentucky. Click to Continue »...

Yomimbi – Ibiza Part III Ft. Ameer Dyson (Original Mix)

The sheer amount of talent coming from Washington, DC recently has been a sight to behold. From rising female producer Eau Claire to SoySauce and Royal, the US capital has quickly developed a reputation for being a nurturing city for artists. The most recent producer on our radar is Yomimbi, who has been perfecting his […]

Washington Capitals surprise 6-year-old fan who was in a coma

It’s been a long road to recovery for six-year-old Bensten Schone and the Washington Capitals, his favorite hockey team, have (...)

DC Sports Bog: Post Sports Live: Postseason priorities for Wizards, Capitals

The Washington Post’s Scott Allen, Neil Greenberg and Dan Steinberg join host Gene Wang to debate which team can upset Kentucky in the NCAA tournament and which local school will fare better next year. The panel also analyzes Matt Williams’s...Show More Summary

New museum in Washington, D.C., blends capital's history and textiles

The newest museum in Washington, D.C., has one building (sort of) and two names: The George Washington University Museum and the Textile Museum. The building in the city's Foggy Bottom area opened Monday with displays of very different artifacts.

Capital Journal Daybreak: Sen. Cruz Announces 2016 Bid | Boehner, Pelosi Reach Across the Aisle | Judge Strikes Down Wisconsin Abortion Rule

The Wall Street Journal's morning rundown of the biggest news stories and exclusive features from Washington on politics, policy, financial regulation, defense and more.

The Regulatory Fault Line For Startups Moves To Washington

For the past few years, the most visible friction between startups and regulatory agencies has been on the local level. Venture capital “unicorns” like Uber, Lyft and Airbnb have been battling municipal regulators and officials as they transform travel, transportation and other industries largely in the purview of local government. But this regulatory “fault line” is… Read More

U.S Evacuates All Personnel From Yemen Amid Rebel Call To Arms

WASHINGTON (AP) — The U.S. has removed its remaining personnel from Yemen as Shiite rebels controlling the Arab nation's capital call for others to join its battle against government forces. In a statement issued Saturday night, theShow More Summary

Grow and Give: Can Washington’s Gift Economy in Marijuana Work?

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The nation’s capital is experimenting with a model in which marijuana is legal — but you’re not allowed to buy and sell it....

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