As of Thursday night, we have more questions than answers as to why a 34-year-old dental hygienist engaged with police and the Secret Service on the steps of the Capitol building.
The child appears to be in good health and police confirm that the 1 year-old was taken to the hospital.
The brave, the bold, the few, the ‘grammed.
This brave, shirtless bro spoke to media and police after witnessing the shots fired near the Capitol building.
Hours before shots were fired outside the Capitol, Jay Carney defended Obama for using “gun to the head” rhetoric throughout the shutdown debate — and pointed out that Ed Henry has used a similar metaphor.
Police shot and killed the suspect following a car chase on Capitol Hill. The suspect was later identified as a 34-year-old dental hygenist from Connecticut.
After a brief détente, chaos resumes on Capitol Hill.
On Capitol Hill, Obama pledges to help Democrats on the trail and asks them to sell his economic plans.
Support for Friday’s flight delay vote was the latest White House move on sequester that’s left Democrats on Capitol Hill grumbling. Meanwhile, the White House says Democrats in Congress don’t have the spine to take a political risk.
Bread has been broken. But what about gridlock?
A fictional show set in Congress spurs a minor cultural zeitgeist among Hill staffers and journalists.
In support of National Coming Out Day, several representatives released a series of photos taken by Adam Bouska for the “NOH8 on The Hill” initiative. Several members even spoke out on the issue.
Romney and Obama each promise a cure — but the poison is already in the blood. “If you think … things are going to change next year, you need to have your head examined.”
“You can take the ‘Pants on Fire’ rating to the bank on that one,” says Schumer’s spokesman.
Just for the cops: The chief will be “the final authority as to the appropriateness of any tattoos.” Breast augmentation remains licit.
Rep. Joe Crowley takes the GOP to task on their misplaced priorities without saying a word. In his ‘Speechless’ speech on the House Floor he asks: “Last Fall, the American people / gave us our marching orders / Jobs Jobs Jobs / 100 Days of GOP Rule = / 0 Jobs Bills / So, If Not Jobs… / What Has the GOP Been Up To? / GOP’s #1 Priority: / Cut More than 700,000 American Jobs / GOP’s Priority #2…/ Take Away healthcare for the people… / but keep it for themselves / Surely, a jobs bill must be priority #3… /” Go Rep. Crowley!
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