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Qs Seoul dog at DC3 packs a punch with kimchi and bulgogi adorning an all-beef frank.
The sea of flag-waving tourists flooding the National Mall has (thankfully) receded. And the cacophony of thunderous pyrotechnics that traumatized skittish pets for miles around is fast becoming a distant memory.
A guilty plea to embezzlement charges from the head of the Capitol Polices Office of Diversity provoked U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia Judge Richard J. Leon to exclaim, Ive never seen anything like this in my 12 years here.
Updated 3:12 p.m. | Activists on the national and local level are gearing up for the ensuing gun fight surrounding amendments to the Senates bipartisan hunting and fishing legislation, especially a proposal related to firearm control in the District of Columbia.
It was December 1988, and I was three weeks into my new job working for Sen. Alan J. Dixon, D-Ill., when I picked up the phone and heard from the mayor of a small town 125 miles from Chicago.
As members of Congress and their staffs head into their second year of enrollment in D.C.s health exchange, theyll decide among plans that range from a double-digit increase to a double-digit percent decrease in premiums, even as providers go in different directions that will result in fewer overall plans to choose from.
The outdoor summer movie circuit is in full swing, with plenty of al fresco viewing to go around in Washington, including the grande dame herself, the upcoming Screen on the Green on the National Mall.
When Independence Day rolls around in an election year, the Roll Call photojournalists head out to small towns in contested districts across the country to catch candidates and beauty queens marching in their local parades. This year I found myself at the Ripley, W.Va., Fourth of July parade billed as The USAs Largest Small Town Independence Day Celebration.
Like your job? But what if there is something out there even better for you fancier title, higher tax bracket, maybe even a MacBook Air? How do you decide when to leave a good job for something that could be better? Hill Navigator discusses.
The Roll Call Congressional Baseball Game can be a real challenge for a political photographer like me. Although I used to be a really good sports photographer having covered every level of competition from tee ball to the Olympics in my days working for daily newspapers one gets a bit rusty shooting slow-moving lawmakers around the Capitol full time.
Summering in New England has never been easier.
So you want to be a reporter? You want to join the profession listed as among the worst jobs of 2014, at a time when publishing industry is going through a period of turmoil?
The most terrifying thing about the Madame Tussauds D.C. wax museum outpost is the fact that designers grouped ex-Washington Wizard Gilbert Arenas with Babe Ruth and Jesse Owens. Of all the indignities to endure, the Sultan of Swat and the man who showed up Adolf Hitler at the 1936 Olympic Games have to share a platform with a guy whose claim to fame is bringing a gun to the Wizards locker room.
A racist slur printed in the June 2014 issue of the Capitol Polices internal journal caused the department to pull the publication from circulation.
Scanning the crowd in the back room of a downtown D.C. sports bar, Senate doorkeeper Scott Muschett, the self-proclaimed Senate Comedian, decided the script for his five minutes at the mic was all wrong.
While Washingtons streetscape, city government and demographics have changed dramatically over the past quarter-century, its representation in Congress has stayed constant over roughly the same period of time.
The subtitle of Fred Kaplans latest book, John Quincy Adams: American Visionary is working overtime to celebrate the diplomat, senator, secretary of State, president and member of the House whose long career yielded little that we remember today. Whats a biographer to do but emphasize the farsightedness?
For new moms returning to work after maternity leave, having an up-front conversation with the boss can be difficult. Especially when its about breast-feeding.
When Abraham Lincoln took up residence in the White House in March 1861, he had five former occupants looking over his shoulder. No president ever had more. And what a motley crew they were.
The D.C. Council answered Congress request to christen a city street on behalf of a pro-democracy cause with a request of its own: Lets give streets surrounding Congress a new, pro-D.C. rights label.
No need to check your WeatherBug app: Summer is in full swing.
Sometimes, the story behind a great painting is literally found behind the painting. Consider Mary Cassatts 1878 impressionist gem Little Girl in a Blue Armchair.
Call me cupcake skeptical. Some days ago never mind how long precisely having little or nothing to do on a Saturday, and nothing particular to interest me otherwise, I thought I would stand in line at the original Georgetown Cupcake.
Thinking about starting a family? Interested in having kids, but not sure when?
ARLINGTON NATIONAL CEMETERY, Va. Before he was Sid Yudain, founder and publisher of Roll Call newspaper, he was TEC 5 Sidney Lawrence Yudain, Detached Enlisted Mens List, United States Army. The World War II veteran who died on Oct. 20, 2013, was laid to rest at the militarys hallowed ground here on Friday, interred at Columbarium 9, Section N26, Row 3, Niche 2.