District of Columbia

Marian Barry

Marion Barry, D.C. ‘Mayor for Life,’ memorialized with statue – Washington Times

March 4, 2018
A bronze, larger-than-life statue of late D.C. politician Marion Barry was unveiled Saturday on Pennsylvania Avenue, memorializing the controversial so-called “Mayor for Life” mere blocks… READ MORE

D.C. Metro defends ban on Catholic Church’s Christmas ads

December 18, 2017
Metro told a federal appeals court on Friday that a lower court was right to reject an injunction that would have let the D.C. archdiocese… READ MORE

DC Metro bans religion from Christmas ads, Catholics sue

November 29, 2017
Washington’s Metro has rejected a Catholic ad campaign that promotes “spiritual giving” instead of presents, arguing that the image of stars, shepherds and sheep promotes… READ MORE

DC Council takes step towards placing statue of Marion Barry in front of Wilson Building

November 10, 2017
The DC Council has taken a large step towards placing a statue of former Mayor Marion Barry in front of its home. In a meeting… READ MORE

Mohamad Khweis, Islamic State member from Virginia, sentenced to 20 years behind bars

October 29, 2017
Mohamad Khweis, a U.S. citizen who grew up near Washington, D.C., has been sentenced to 20 years in federal prison for successfully joining the Islamic… READ MORE

Teddy Roosevelt attacked at Museum of Natural History

October 27, 2017
Red paint was splashed at the statue of Theodore Roosevelt on the steps of the American Museum of Natural History early Thursday, according to cops.… READ MORE

D.C. officials defend gun laws, look to further tighten concealed-carry rules

October 12, 2017
D.C. officials said Wednesday that they are looking at ways to expand the city’s strict gun laws, hoping to recapture some of the ground lost… READ MORE

Washington D.C. Reaffirms its Rejection of Right-to-Carry

August 28, 2017
In an unsurprising turn, officials in the District of Columbia have decided to continue to defend their near total ban on the right to bear… READ MORE

D.C. judge approves government warrant for data from anti-Trump website

August 25, 2017
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – A District of Columbia Superior Court judge on Thursday approved a government warrant seeking data from an anti-Trump website related to Inauguration… READ MORE

Senate restores nation’s top grid watchdog, FERC, after months of delay

August 4, 2017
The Senate restored the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission on Thursday with the confirmation of two Republican members that will bring the regulatory agency back to… READ MORE

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