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[We] are reminded that no act of violence, no matter how senseless, can ever take away from the world-class athletic event that the Boston Marathon is and always will be. Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick.
Happy Sixth and I Day Washington! To celebrate 10 years since the synagogue at 600 I St. NW was re-dedicated as the Sixth & I Historic Synagogue, not just as a center of worship but a venue for music and other cultural and community events, the District has proclaimed Tuesday as Sixth & I Day.
The stern letter Mayor Vincent Gray sent to the Secret Service following a series of early March street closures earned the citys law enforcement leaders a sit-down with the agency.
With Capitol Hill failing to either stop the Districts local budget autonomy act from becoming law, or pass legislation freeing the citys locally raised funds from the appropriations process, the issue is headed to court and pitting D.C.s elected officials against one another.
Awesome Con made a valiant effort to break the world record for assembled superheroes on Friday at the Capitol Reflecting Pool, but fell short.
Attorneys preparing to sue Mayor Vincent Gray and his administration to force compliance with the Districts budget autonomy law informed all relevant members of Congress before heading to D.C. Superior Court on Thursday.
Release of the final autopsy report for Miriam Carey, the 34-year-old dental hygienist who was shot outside the Capitol on Oct. 3 after a fast and furious car chase from the White House, has renewed calls for action from an attorney for her family.
Arnie Thomas, a former senior vice president at CQ Roll Call, former director of LEGI-SLATE at The Washington Post, president of the A Thomas Group and mentor to scores of people he worked with over the years, died of a heart attack on April 12. He was 66 years old.
Following a gripe about members of Congress being underpaid that put Rep. James P. Moran at the center of an ongoing debate about congressional pay, the Virginia Democrat proposed adding about $2,800 to the average members $174,000 annual salary, arguing it would help diversify the ranks of Congress.
Capitol Police Chief Kim C. Dine clarified that his officers are not the media police, following a March 28 police-press run-in that nearly resulted in the arrest of a journalist.
Congress has skipped town, so its time to cut a rug.
Amanda Moniz is thrilled whenever the opportunity arises to showcase her twin loves: baking and history. And shes been delighted to discover, via the experimental courses shes developed in conjunction with Hill Center, that others hunger to do so as well.
As states and cities move to liberalize marijuana laws, the administration looks at changes to federal policy and the No. 2 House Democrat reverses course on decriminalization, Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr. found himself in a charged congressional hearing on Tuesday.
COTTONWOOD, Ariz. | On this, the Republican congressman and the frontman for Tool, A Perfect Circle and Puscifer agree: The Verde Valley is a great place to make wine.
Terrance W. Gainer spent most of March 4 with the Dalai Lama, guiding the spiritual leader around the Capitol in his capacity as the Senate Sergeant-at-Arms.
Members of Congress past and present ventured into the National Capital Planning Commissions headquarters last week to weigh in on the long-delayed Dwight D. Eisenhower Memorial project.
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.