The skies above Shaw Air Force Base in central South Carolina and the fields across Fort Campbell on the Tennessee-Kentucky line have been a bit quieter in recent months.
Hoping to snag a glimpse of the inside of the White House, the first dog or even first lady Michelle Obama? Now may be your chance.
In July 1969, Maj. James Sizemore and his co-pilot Maj. Howard Andre were shot down and killed while flying a nighttime combat mission over Laos.
In the seven months following the start of sequestration, 7,000 government jobs in the District disappeared, according to Mayor Vincent Gray.
The U.S. Forest Service is in the business of preventing fires, not starting them. Yet, the agency is demanding that dozens of states return $17.9 million in federal subsidies.
The Pentagon will sharply cut the number of unpaid furlough days civilians will be forced to take over the next several months from 22 to 14, defense officials said Wednesday, reducing the impact of automatic budget cuts on as many as 700,000 workers.
The National Archives is canceling reservations for late afternoon and evening tours due to automatic federal budget cuts taking effect.
“It sounds reasonable to me. Why not?” said Trump during a weekly call on “Fox and Friends,” when asked about footing the bill.
If your public tour of the White House has been canceled, House Speaker John Boehner says come visit the Capitol instead.
To get a sense of just how much federal government spending influences the Washington metropolitan area, all you have to do is check out the name of the winter storm that was heading for the Mid-Atlantic on Wednesday.