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D.C. Celebrates World Series Win

Thursday, October 31, 2019

Washington baseball fans crowded into Nationals Park to watch their team win the World Series despite the rain and the game being in Houston.


Office Real Estate Is A Game Of Chance For New House Members

Sunday, December 02, 2018

Incoming House freshmen drew numbers for where their new offices would be in January. Luck determined whether they'd get a room with a view or one in the rafters.


First Lady Decks The White House Halls

Monday, November 26, 2018

The theme for this year's holiday decorations is "American Treasures," which first lady Melania Trump says is meant to "honor the heart and spirit of the American people."


Suburban Female Voters Are A Pivotal Group In A Key Virginia District

Tuesday, November 06, 2018

There are a record 235 women on the ballot for House seats. Suburban white women are a key voting group in the battle for the House. In Northern Virginia, some of those women shared their thoughts.


'Miserable And Emboldened': If Republicans Lose The House, They'll Be On Defense

Monday, November 05, 2018

Keeping control of the House would validate President Trump's governing style and mean full speed ahead for his agenda. But if the GOP loses its majority it will need to protect Trump.


Taking Back The House Could Be 'Life And Death' For Democrats

Monday, November 05, 2018

If Democrats fail to take back the House and make significant gains at the state level, they'll be shut out just as they were in 2016, with little say in legislation and judicial appointments.


Republicans Stick With Trump Despite Major Legal Trouble For Ex-Top Aides

Wednesday, August 22, 2018

Tuesday's headlines were widely seen as a severe blow to Trump just months before the critical midterm elections. But Republicans on Capitol Hill downplayed the news or declined to comment entirely.


Jury Finds Paul Manafort Guilty In Federal Tax And Bank Fraud Trial

Tuesday, August 21, 2018

Donald Trump's former campaign chairman was convicted of eight of the 18 counts with which he had been charged. A mistrial was declared on the other 10.


As Supreme Court Nears Solid Conservative Majority, GOP Reaps Reward From 'Long Game'

Saturday, August 04, 2018

Democrats are playing a weak hand in the battle over Trump's nominee to the Supreme Court. Unlike Republicans, Democrats have not played the long game when it comes to focusing on the judiciary.


Orrin Hatch Would Like You To Know He's Still Alive

Tuesday, July 24, 2018

After Google search results erroneously said the Utah senator had died in 2017, Hatch's staff had fun on social media showing that their boss was alive and well.


Facing An Uphill Battle, Activists Race To Oppose Trump's Supreme Court Pick

Wednesday, July 04, 2018

Demand Justice launched this year to oppose President Trump's judicial nominees. Now the group is reaching out to left-leaning activists before hearings begin to replace Justice Anthony Kennedy.


Trump Downplays Roe v. Wade Litmus Test As He Considers A Supreme Court Nominee

Sunday, July 01, 2018

In an interview with Fox News, Trump said his advisers told him not to ask potential Supreme Court nominees whether they would overturn Roe v Wade. "But I'm putting conservative people on," he said.


First Trump State Dinner Brings Billionaires And Administration Officials

Tuesday, April 24, 2018

A group of 120 — including Apple's Tim Cook, media mogul Rupert Murdoch and chef Guy Savoy — were invited to the grandest party in the nation's capital, honoring French President Emmanuel Macron.


First State Dinner: A Chance For Melania Trump To Put Her Stamp On The White House

Tuesday, April 24, 2018

State dinners are a chance for first ladies to express their tastes and make a statement. But historically these diplomatic dinners have had their share of mishaps.


Scalise Is The 17th Member of Congress Shot While In Office

Friday, June 16, 2017

Rep. Steve Scalise, R-La., remains in critical condition after being shot Wednesday during a morning baseball practice.


From Lobbyists To Loyalists, See Who's On Donald Trump's Transition Team

Wednesday, November 16, 2016

A fair number are Washington insiders, according to an organization chart of the team obtained by NPR. That's surprising for a candidate who pledges to "drain the swamp."


#MemeoftheWeek: The Best Of The Obama-Biden 'BROTUS'

Tuesday, November 15, 2016

President Obama and Vice President Biden have long been open about their friendship and respect for one another, so much so that the POTUS bromance has come to be known as a "BROTUS."


Here Is What Donald Trump Wants To Do In His First 100 Days

Wednesday, November 09, 2016

On Wednesday, the Senate majority leader threw cold water on some of Trump's plans.


When Do Polls Close On Election Day, And Where Should I Vote?

Tuesday, November 08, 2016

Election Day is finally here, and NPR has everything you need to know about poll closing times.


Meet Hillary Clinton's Potential Vice Presidents In 100 Words

Tuesday, July 12, 2016

The Democrat will already make history with her own nomination for president. Now the question is whether she wants to do it again with her choice of running mate by picking a second woman or Latino.