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Arsenals Juicy Lucy burger misses the mark. The Merguez burger is a jucier and more flavorful option.
This column typically functions by having you, my devoted readers, send me out in search of that which your taste buds simply cant live without, but today Im taking the initiative.
Well, that was quick. Not quite seven months after being tapped as CEO of the Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association, former Sen. Judd Gregg, R-N.H., is stepping down.
Jesse Ryan Loskarn appeared before a federal magistrate judge shortly after 2 p.m. on Thursday, wearing what looked like the same rumpled gray sweater and blue jeans he was arrested in about 24 hours earlier, when he was still chief of staff to Sen. Lamar Alexander, R-Tenn.
Gary Lytle is the kind of lobbyist whose informal references include a bipartisan duo of former members of Congress.
At the urging of Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton, D-D.C., District leaders are talking out their differing opinions on the future of the Height Act.
With a record 101 women serving in Congress, the National Womens History Museum is hoping to finally bring to fruition its dream of a permanent home on the National Mall.
As a deputy chief of staff to Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, Darrel Thompson worked on the forefront of economic development and labor issues for one of the nations most prominent politicians.
A. Scott Bergs Wilson, a biography of the 28th president, covers what everybody knows about Woodrow Wilson: He was an academic wunderkind, educational and political reformer, governor, president, statesman, visionary. Berg also includes whats less well-known: probable racist.
After 14 years in various staff roles, most recently as the chief of staff to for House Appropriations Chairman Harold Rogers, R-Ky., Michael R. Higdon will now use his Kentucky ties as a vice president at Cornerstone Government Affairs.
Legislative assistant. Legislative correspondent. Legislative director. Intern. Capitol Hill jargon is filled with important titles. But what if your title confuses your colleagues? And what separates an intern from the elusive fellow? Hill Navigator discusses below:
The sepia-toned footage contains rare glimpses of Mexico from a vanished era: Pancho Villa and Emiliano Zapata entering Mexico City with a throng of troops, a pile of burned corpses, a child in folk dress celebrating the countrys independence, an artillery platoon preparing to fight counter-revolutionaries.
Members of Congress who have gone along with the idea that they should get insurance through Obamacares system of exchanges are getting a stronger dose of medicine than they bargained for.
Sometimes its easier to get noticed when youre young by being meaner and crueler than anyone else. But ultimately that can catch up with you.
Got a firm ho-ho-hold on your holiday dining plans for the remainder of the year?
In these days of legislative gridlock, there is a tendency to look back at the good old days when lawmakers all got along because they shared a whiskey at the end of the workday and socialized on D.C. weekends rather than returning home.
Rebranding the Government Printing Office as the Government Publishing Office is one strategy that could help the 152-year-old federal agency cope with a changing information landscape.
Think your office likes you? Really likes you? Sure, a manager can dole out praise and Christmas gift baskets with maple syrup straight from the home state. But when it comes to substantial raises, most offices plead indigent and offer a small cost-of-living adjustment. Hill Navigator is here to break the bad news, or at least prepare you for a better conversation.
Im going to miss Joe Granos pitches. The Washington activist was a bare-knuckle brawler for varied causes, from historic preservation to D.C. citizens representation, and he knew how to get his message across with panache.
From deep fryers costing less than $30 to jumbo packs of discount diapers, H Street Northwests newest retailer is ready for its Wednesday opening.
Mike Abramson is the master of federal government printing style.
Speaker John A. Boehner, R-Ohio, will nominate his long-time confidant Ed Cassidy as chief administrative officer of the House when the second session of the 113th Congress convenes in January, CQ Roll Call has learned.