The shutdown is officially over.
The shutdown is officially over.
Truckers frustrated by the shutdown slowed traffic around the Capital Beltway to 15 miles per hour.
Maryland is not DC. I’m sorry, it’s just not.
The former Black Flag singer is a true Renaissance man: musician, actor, author, journalist, comedian, activist, and purveyor of ice cream.
He’s a real American hero, if you ask me.
The reason for the self-immolation was not known and the man’s identity was not disclosed by officials. He is said to be in critical condition at a Washington hospital.
Amateur footage obtained by Channel 4 News appears to show a police car crashing into a barrier during today’s car chase in Washington D.C. (Graphic Language)
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.
Who run the world?
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.
If memory serves, WWII veterans have a bit of experience with storming a place and holding their positions.
She also said she was heartbroken and sorry for the victims’ families.
The FBI says the deceased shooter Aaron Alexis acted alone and officers were able to intervene seven minutes after being alerted.
Updated: Law enforcement officials said Aaron Alexis, a former Navy reservist, allegedly killed 12 people Monday. He had been arrested previously on gun-related incidents. Friends told reporters that Alexis was a practicing Buddhist who spoke Thai.
Developing: The alleged gunman, identified as 34-year-old Aaron Alexis, is dead. Eight others were wounded in the shooting, a Navy official said.
“You start with this and where does it end?” said one tattoo shop owner.
Because your dream vacation really should reflect how cool you are. Duh.
On cable news, MSNBC still proves to be the place for politics.
Maybe it was a smart business decision for the Graham family to sell The Post, but it’s worrying for those of us on the local beat.
D.C. residents voted to legalize pot for medical use 15 years ago, but due to a lot of Congressional blocking, it’s just become a reality this week. The law restricts pot use to only the sickest of patients with a doctor’s prescription.
If Cumulus ends up dropping Rush Limbaugh and Sean Hannity, the conservative talk radio hosts could lose access in Chicago, Dallas, Detroit, and Washington, D.C., at least temporarily.
Because it’s really hot out.
It’s been one year since we lost the legendary “Godfather of Go-Go,” Chuck Brown, but his legacy lives on.
President Obama in a statement asked Treasury Secretary Jack Lew to “hold those responsible for these failures accountable.”
No one has it all together, not even our nation’s capital.
In late 1970, the “King of Rock and Roll” had an unexpected White House meeting with Tricky Dick.
A bit of warmth finally brought bloom to the city’s famed cherry trees.
What is this about a sequester? Clearly the most important news in Washington, DC this week is the issue of duckling safety.
Proof that Obama is totally aware that his number two is way more fun than he is.
This is a city that couldn’t have fun if you bought it a coupon and told it to.