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    Trump's Former Army Secretary Nominee Hints at DC Future

    President Donald Trump's one-time nominee to serve as secretary of the Army hinted Friday at potentially running for Congress while ending his campaign for governor. Tennessee State Sen. Mark Green posted a lengthy statement regarding his future plans on his social media handles, saying he and his wife are looking at ways to improve America […]




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    Police: Pennsylvania Doctor Arrested at Trump Hotel in DC With 2 Guns

    A Pennsylvania physician who was behaving suspiciously and had made threatening remarks was arrested Wednesday at the Trump International Hotel in Washington after police found an assault-style rifle and handgun in his car, authorities said. Bryan Moles of Edinboro, Pennsylvania, was taken into custody at the downtown hotel, where he was staying as a guest, […]




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    DC VA Hospital Put Patients 'At Unnecessary Risk'

    The Department of Veterans Affairs' internal investigation of conditions at the Washington, D.C., VA Medical Center found multiple serious issues that put patients "at unnecessary risk" and could cost "a significant amount of assets of the federal government." A preliminary report from the VA Office of the Inspector General released Thursday describes the various failings of […]




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    ICE Arrests 82 Illegals From 26 Countries in DC, Virginia Sweep

    Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials have announced its officers arrested 82 illegal immigrants – a majority with criminal convictions – from 26 countries during a five-day sweep late last month in Washington, D.C. and Virginia. According to the agency, 68 of those scooped up in the raids had previous convictions for crimes like armed robbery, […]




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    'Impeach Trump' Banner Hung at Nationals Ballpark in D.C.

    An "Impeach Trump" banner was hung at the Washington Nationals opening day game in D.C. by protesters, the Washington Post reports. The huge sign also had the word "Resist" written on it and was unveiled at the end of the game as most of the crowd of 42,744 were leaving the stadium. It was hung […]




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    Netanyahu Sends Delegates to D.C. to Discuss West Bank Restrictions

    Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Saturday sent his chief of staff to Washington, D.C., to continue a discussion with the U.S. about an agreement on West Bank settlement construction restrictions, Haaretz reports.  President Donald Trump in mid-February called on his Israeli counterpart to "hold back on settlements for a little bit" — referring to the […]




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    Plea Deal Reached for Man Who Fired Shots Inside DC Pizzeria

    A man who police say fired an assault weapon inside a Washington pizza shop as he sought to investigate phony rumors of child sex trafficking has reached a plea deal with federal prosecutors. At a status hearing Wednesday in U.S. District Court in Washington, lawyers said they have reached a plea deal in principle for […]




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    DC Theater Announces Play About Scalia Coming This Summer

    A play about the heart and soul of the late Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia is coming to a DC theater this summer, Roll Call reported. Playwright John Strand is bringing play, titled "The Originalist" to the Arena Stage, the theater announced. Strand premiered the play at Arena Stage in 2015. "The play is set […]




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    Revelers, Rally-Goers to Clog DC for Trump's Inauguration

    Hundreds of thousands of people are expected to clog the nation’s capital for Donald Trump’s inauguration and a major demonstration the day after, but how many will actually arrive to party or protest is an open question. Officials estimate that 800,000 to 900,000 people will be present Friday for the inauguration, a celebration that takes […]