Rioters on Sunday evening set fire to the offices of the American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO) union.
“Russiagate conspiracy” proponents are now spreading misinformation about Donald Trump and the coronavirus outbreak, observed Lee Smith.
The Washington Post’s White House Bureau Chief claimed, falsely, that Trump “showed solidarity with the neo-Nazi protesters” in Charlottesville in an attempt to explain Trump’s support for protests against stay-at-home orders.
“I want you to understand, this is not martial law,” FEMA Administrator Peter Gaynor said.
House staffers confirmed on Monday that Democrat House members will indefinitely delay their scheduled March 23 return to the Capitol, due to coronavirus.
The Democrat primary results for Washington, the night’s second-biggest prize, remained at a virtual standstill into Wednesday morning as results continued to show Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) and Joe Biden (D) in a dead heat.
George Washington’s Mount Vernon has discontinued a magnet depicting the first president’s false teeth in light of a controversy about their origin.
President Donald Trump admitted at a political rally Monday night that the swamp in Washington, DC, was worse than he imagined.
Lead House impeachment manager Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) used an opinion article by the editorial board of the Washington Post in an attempt to prove the facts of his case against President Donald Trump in opening arguments in the Senate impeachment trial Wednesday evening.
President Donald Trump will transfer another $7.2 billion from Pentagon accounts in 2020 to build the promised border wall, according to the Washington Post.
Qassem Soleimani, the Iranian general killed by U.S. forces at the direction of President Donald Trump on Thursday evening, was sanctioned by the Obama administration in 2011 for his role in a foiled terror attack on Washington, D.C.
The Washington Post editorial board pronounced Friday that Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam has miraculously come “back from the political dead.”
A two-year-old boy and his grandfather were among 11 injured on Monday during a getaway gone wrong in Burien, Washington.