Congress is dusting off the notion of statehood for the District of Columbia for the first time in 21 years, but that doesn’t mean residents of the nation’s capital are any closer to gaining representation on Capitol Hill.
The long-dormant debate over statehood for the District of Columbia is about to be revived on Capitol Hill.
The National Symphony Orchestra plans to take its music to the northeast Washington neighborhoods of Brookland and NoMa next year.
A House subcommittee is scheduled to take up a bill that includes more than $600 million in funds for the District of Columbia.
President Barack Obama plans to sign an executive order banning federal contractors from discriminating against employees on the basis of their sexual orientation, a White House official said Monday.
House Majority Leader Eric Cantor won’t be stepping down until the end of July, but his congressional staff reportedly spent thousands of dollars on a going-away party Wednesday night at a Capitol Hill watering hole.
Washington police have identified a man found dead after an explosion and fire in a condominium building near Capitol Hill.
Veterans Affairs Secretary Eric Shinseki would be granted more authority to fire or demote senior executives under a bill headed to the House floor. The measure comes as pressure builds on Capitol Hill to overhaul the beleaguered agency in response to allegations of treatment delays and preventable deaths.
The extra-marital dating site AshleyMadison.com has released a list of the most adulterious neighborhoods in the District.
Two-time president Grover Cleveland actually got married inside the White House, and we’re pretty sure even his invitations were not as representative of the nation’s capital as this local couple’s.