Washington D.C.

DC Mayor Runs To Fox 'News' After Vetoing 'Living Wage' Bill
Surprise, surprise. After vetoing a bill that would have required the largest retailers in his city to raise their minimum wage, DC Mayor Vincent Gray went running to the loving arms of the union-bashing Neil Cavuto on Fox. Read more...
Conservative columnist Ann Coulter says that President Barack Obama has run Washington D.C. like the ranch where African-American pop star Michael Jackson was accused of molesting children. During a Sunday panel on ABC's This Week, former Obama Read more...
June 19, 1990 - "On The Threshold Of Major Change"
June 19,1990 - Hijacked Soviet plane lands in Helsinki. Gorbachev addresses fractured Communist Party. Nelson Mandela addresses audience in Toronto. First execution in Arkansas since 1964. Marion Barry trial proceeds. Rift in Solidarity Movement in Poland. Excalibur Hotel opens in Las Vegas. Read more...
What would a world look like that had a culture and an economic system that placed human need above corporate greed, and how do we bring that world into being? Dennis Trainor, Jr., the writer and director of "American Autumn: an occudoc," Read more...
It appears the House Republicans, this time lead by Arizona Rep. Trent Franks are about to give us a sort of a rerun of the Sandra Fluke debacle, only this time the woman they're refusing to allow to testify before a Congressional hearing is D.C.'s Read more...

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State: Maryland Type of election: Primary How it works: 37 delegates are at stake, 13 are awarded on a winner-take all basis to the statewide winner. The remaining 24 are awarded on a winner-take-all basis at the congressional district level. Read more...
Newstalgia Mid-Week Concert - Cedric Tiberghien Plays Music Of Beethoven, Schumann, Debussy And Ravel.
Newstalgia Mid-Week Concert with French Pianist Cedric Tiberghien in Recital, playing music of Beethoven, Schumann, Ravel and Debussy. Read more...
Washington DC - I arrived at CPAC, the Conservative Political Action Conference, around 9:30 a.m. People snaked around turnstiles waiting to get their badges certifying they had paid the $195 adult entrance fee. Upstairs, the student line was Read more...
Occupy D.C. may lose right to sleep in McPherson Square after pressure from Republican members of the House Oversight Committee. Read more...
Chris Matthews has been on somewhat of a roll over the last week or so, asking why the labor unions in the United States aren't taking a page from these astroturf tea partiers and showing up in Washington D.C. to protest on the weekends and send Read more...