Marjorie Taylor-Greene Claims To Have Been “Assaulted by a Man Blowing a Whistle” While Visiting a Federal Facility
On March 24, Georgia's most disruptive and outspoken Republican - Marjorie Taylor-Greene - attended a Washington, DC jail with the apparent intention of checking up on various January 6 Insurrectionists being detained at the facility, along with other members of the House Oversight Committee.
This Huge Amish Farmers' Market in Maryland is a Must-Visit
Disclaimer:The following information is updated for 2023. It is for educational purposes. Taking a trip to your local Amish farmers' market can treat you to a ton of amazing goodies. There's always a wide variety of fresh and delicious foods to choose from when you visit.
Tucker Carlson expresses outrage over recent bill passed in Washington, D.C. that support migrants
Immigrants who arrived in Washington, D.C. are furious about a new law that helps recently arrived migrants. Several local immigrants in the Capital express their views. Several believe this is unfair.
Weather in Washington, DC is causing cherry blossoms to bloom early this year.
Washington, D.C.'s famed cherry trees are befuddled by Earth's shifting climate, as the city's abnormally mild winter has prompted the blossoming of the trees sooner than typical. On Wednesday, the National Park Service and Mayor Muriel Bowser of Washington, DC, announced that peak bloom for the city's 3,700 cherry blossom trees will occur between March 22 and March 25. It comes many days before forecasts and predictions.
The Watergate Scandal: The political scandal that led to the resignation of President Richard Nixon in 1974
The Watergate scandal, one of the biggest political scandals in the history of the United States, led to the resignation of President Richard Nixon on August 8, 1974. The scandal, which began as a burglary at the Democratic National Committee headquarters in the Watergate complex in Washington D.C., ultimately uncovered a web of illegal activities within the Nixon administration and campaign.
Presidential Ceremonial First Pitches
On March 30 at Nationals Park, we’ll find out if Joe Biden joins the list of Presidents who have opened the baseball season with a ceremonial first pitch. The tradition stretches back over a century.
PLAY Airlines Re-Launches Amsterdam Service — Will Further Connect D.C. Area to Europe
PLAY Airlines announced on Wednesday, March 22nd, that they will re-launch service this summer from Iceland to Amsterdam in the Netherlands. This route will further connect Washington D.C. with Europe via the low-cost carrier. PLAY Airlines will soon fly to Iceland from Dulles International Airport (DIA) and PLAY Airlines already serves Baltimore/Washington International Airport (BWI).
National Cherry Blossom Festival
If you've been looking forward to the start of spring and the annual National Cherry Blossom Festival, you're in luck! That time is here. Let's dive into what to expect from the festival.
Republicans Have Revived a Scary 1980s Tactic for Breaking Democracy
Source:MSN and Slate (Shout out to check their amazing website) After falling at a restaurant in Washington, D.C. earlier this month, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell is reportedly still recovering at a rehab facility as of Tuesday, according to NBC News.
South Bend's Fighting Irish seek redemption in Sweet 16 matchup against Maryland
The Notre Dame women’s basketball teamPhoto byWNDU News. Notre Dame women's basketball team is set to take on Maryland in the Sweet 16 round of the NCAA Tournament, hoping to avenge their earlier season loss to the Terrapins. The Fighting Irish won their first two tournament games in front of their home fans, and now they are preparing to travel to Greenville, South Carolina, for the next round.
National discount retailer closing most Maryland store locations
A national retail store chain with hundreds of stores throughout the country recently announced that it would be closing most of its store locations in Maryland. Many of these stores are currently running "closing sales" to liquidate inventory. Read on to learn more.
History of Navy Federal Credit Union
Navy Federal Credit Union (or Navy Federal) is a global credit union headquartered in Vienna, Virginia that is chartered and regulated under the authority of the National Credit Union Administration. As of January 2023, Navy Federal has over one hundred fifty-six billion United States dollars in assets and currently has twelve million four hundred thousand members. Obviously, Navy Federal did not start out this way and has an extensive history that eventually allowed it to grow to the size that it is today.
Bye Bye Macy's - Retailer Closing Multiple Locations. Is One Closing Near You?
Macy's has confirmed that four of its locations will close by April 2023. Macy's had already closed dozens of stores in the past years and plans to close around 125 stores, or a fifth of its locations, over a three-year period. The four locations closing are in California, Colorado, Hawaii, and Maryland.
TikTok CEO Faces Congressional Investigation Over Security Concerns
TikTok has been a topic of heated discussion and debate in Washington, D.C. for some time now, with many politicians expressing concern over the security threat posed by the popular social media platform. At the center of this conversation is the CEO of TikTok, Shou Zi Chew, who recently appeared before the House Energy and Commerce Committee to address these concerns.
One of the Country’s Largest Walmart Stores, Closing March 31, is Losing its Pharmacy One Week Earlier
Customers will be able to fill their prescriptions at nearby Walmart locations. This article is based on corporate postings and accredited media reports. Linked information within this article is attributed to the following outlets:Corporate.Walmart.com and DCist.com.
‘Don’t take away the community that we’ve built’: Creators protest potential TikTok ban in D.C.
WASHINGTON — A group of about 30 content creators gathered outside the nation’s Capitol on Wednesday, holding signs that echoed their plea to lawmakers: “Keep TikTok.”. The TikTokers — who have a collective following of over 60 million people — joined Rep. Jamaal Bowman, D-N.Y., Rep. Mark Pocan, D-Wis., and Rep. Robert Garcia, D-Calif., for a rally to discuss their opposition to a potential ban.
Jamaal Germany Arrested For Attempted Kidnapping OF Child From Gaithersburg Bus Stop
A letter went out to parents of Redland Middle School, Resnik Elementary School and Magruder High School students. It said there will be increased police presence for the next couple of days at the stop where the attempted abduction happened.
Cherry Blossom Themed Drinks, Bites, and Things to Do in Washington, DC
Washington, DC, is famous for its beautiful cherry blossom season, typically between late March and early April. This stunning natural display is celebrated with various events, drinks, and meals inspired by delicate pink and white flowers. Here are some of the top cherry blossom-themed activities in Washington, DC:
Inside her stolen car, a woman in Washington, DC reacts to the news of a fatal police shooting.
The automobile smashed into a residence in the 300 block of 36th Street NE, killing the youngster inside and trapping the US Park Police officer inside. On Sunday, a local lady learned that a juvenile driving her stolen automobile in Washington, DC was shot and killed by U.S. Park Police. She described to News4 what lead up to the shooting and how shocked she was by its brutal conclusion.
From Grant's Arrest to Trump's Potential Indictment: Presidential Prosecutions and America's Unwavering Spirit
President Grant was arrested for speeding while he was President, while President Trump faces potential indictment in NY.Photo byPolitical Flare. In a historical incident that may surprise many, President Ulysses S. Grant, the 18th President of the United States, was once arrested for speeding in his horse-drawn carriage in 1872. Although numerous presidents have faced legal scrutiny and controversies, Grant remains the first and only sitting president to be arrested. This unique event in American history highlights the resilience of the nation, demonstrating that even in challenging situations involving presidential arrests, the United States has the ability to survive and move forward.
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