They say money can’t buy happiness, but it might buy one Nevada college student success. Jessica Padron started a crowdfunding campaign on indiegogo.com to raise the funds she needs to spend four months working and living in D.C. as an unpaid Capitol Hill intern.
Other ballclubs may stake the claim to “America’s team,” but when it comes to the nation’s political class, it’s the Washington Nationals in a landslide.
President Barack Obama sought Wednesday to reassure Democrats nervous about the impact of his health care law and the prospects for immigration legislation, telling them “You’re on the right side of history.”
A report from House Republicans is dismissing the District’s budget autonomy referendum as nonbinding.
Agricultural Leaders Plead With Congress For Immigration Bill With More Lenient Rules For Hiring Farm Workers
From Christmas tree growers in the Appalachians to Wisconsin dairy farmers and producers of California’s diverse abundance of fruits and vegetables, agricultural leaders are pleading with Congress for an immigration bill that includes more lenient and less complex rules for hiring farm workers.
The man who used a baseball bat during a brutal assault in Eastern Market last summer was sentenced Tuesday to more than 24 years in prison.
The director of the National Security Agency insisted on Tuesday that the government’s sweeping surveillance programs have foiled some 50 terrorist plots worldwide in a forceful defense echoed by the leaders of the House Intelligence Committee.
Friends and family of 60 children from ages eight and seventeen have lined Constitution Avenue for the 2013 running of the Greater Washington Soap Box Derby Saturday afternoon.
District of Columbia firefighters are returning to the Capitol Hill neighborhood where a massive fire ripped through a hardware store this week.
Here’s what you may have missed, or if you didn’t, what’s worth re-reading this week (June 3-7).