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On Capitol Hill, Victoria Nuland, assistant secretary of state for European and Eurasian affairs, articulated the administration's A go-slow approach to sanctions on Russia.
He was six weeks into his tenure as director of the District's Office of Motion Picture and Television Development.
With rockets raining deep inside Israel, the military pummeled Palestinian targets Wednesday across the Gaza Strip and threatened a broad ground offensive, while the first diplomatic efforts to end two days of heavy fighting got underway.
A man who was arrested after a fatal fight Sunday in Northeast Washington is accused of stabbing his co-worker six times with a pocketknife after an argument at a construction site, according to court documents.
A view of the scene, with a U.S. Capitol Police car and a black Infiniti after the shooting on Capitol Hill, Oct. 3, 2013.
Senator Claire McCaskill spoke out on a nationwide survey regarding the handling of sexual assaults on college campuses.
Everyone knows the basics when it comes to visiting the nation's capital-see the White House, the Capitol, Supreme Court, the monuments-but the locals know there's a lot more that is worth checking out.
King George III was "a Tyrant... unfit to be the ruler of a free people," Thomas Jefferson wrote in the Declaration of Independence exactly 238 years ago this month.
Wylie Wagg is bringing its popular organic pet products to a new Woodley Park location that will be its first Washington, D.C. store, according to George Galloway, managing principal of Next Realty Mid-Atlantic, LLC, the store's exclusive broker.
General Motors chief executive Mary Barra will return to the Senate next week for a grilling over the automaker's deadly delayed recall of cars with faulty ignition switches.
It seems like a simple question. With only 15 percent of Americans trusting the stock market and a declining percentage who invest in it, what can market bosses do to restore the people's faith? That's what Sen. Elizabeth Warren wanted to know in a Senate Banking Committee hearing on Tuesday.
Washingtonians love Bastille Day, and there's even more reason to celebrate this year: July 14 falls on a Monday, so the races, garden parties and happy hours are spread over four days instead of one.
I don't know whether the lights are burning late at Foggy Bottom or not. I suspect they are as my former colleagues there try to figure out what -- if anything -- the United States should do about the recent surge of terror and violence in the not-so Holy Land.
I did not know that, Whynot. Still, the bins should be marked honestly for what they are.
The Metropolitan Police Department is looking for a suspect in connection with an armed robbery that happened Monday morning in the 1400 block of Rhode Island Avenue, NW.
Judge Richard Kopf may sit in a federal court in Nebraska, but his message to the Supreme Court still rang loud and clear in Washington, D.C., telling justices who ruled in favor of Hobby Lobby to simply "stfu."
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