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The Politico

1000 Wilson Blvd
Arlington, VA 22209   Directions

(703) 647-7999


Biden flips between ‘unity’ and anti-Trump message at Philly kickoff
05/18/2019 1:12pm

The former vice presidents 2020 launch in Philadelphia, where he is opening his campaign HQ, highlighted ties to the state where he was born and a state critical to the general election.

Michigan GOP congressman says Trump’s conduct impeachable
05/18/2019 4:29pm

Muellers report reveals that President Trump engaged in specific actions and a pattern of behavior that meet the threshold for impeachment, Justin Amash wrote.

Behind America’s exit poll schism
05/18/2019 12:22pm

Competing exit polls may leave the public with conflicting signals in the final hours of the 2020 election.

Bernie's mystery Soviet tapes revealed
05/17/2019 1:01pm

Unseen by the public for three decades, a POLITICO reporter views hours of footage from his 1988 honeymoon to the USSR.

Immigration activists stew over Pence’s role on immigration plan
05/18/2019 5:35am

Hardliners never forgave Pence for what they say was an amnesty plan he offered as a congressman in 2006.

The Washington Post

1301 K St NW
Washington, DC 20071   Directions

(800) 627-1150


She grew up believing college was a ‘scam’ and a ‘rip-off.’ Let’s not prove her right.
05/18/2019 4:07am

The college admissions scandal has forced us to consider who deserves to walk across those stages and who doesnt.

Five years ago she was homeless. This weekend she graduated from Georgetown.
05/18/2019 4:22am

Rashema Melsons graduation looks all the more remarkable when you consider the odds against her.

Maryland developer sees monorail as a way to ease I-270 traffic
05/18/2019 3:30am

Local leaders say Robert Eisengers idea for a $3.4 billion monorail between Frederick and the Shady Grove Metro station is worth exploring. But they will need to convince Marylands governor.

D.C. police teach families of missing people about ways to keep their cases going
05/18/2019 5:48am

More than 50 people gathered Saturday at a church in Southeast Washington to learn how to press the search for the missing.

It was created as a refuge for needy kids. Instead, they were raped and drugged.
05/18/2019 6:00am

Junior Village, where first lady Jackie Kennedy handed out lollipops and Martin Luther King Jr. visited, was closed in 1973 after abuse revelations.

The Washington Times

3600 New York Ave NE
Washington, DC 20002   Directions

(202) 636-3000


France's Macron forced to curb his ambitions for Europe
05/19/2019 2:32am

PARIS AP - French President Emmanuel Macron sees himself as Europes savior and next weeks European Parliament elections as a make-or-break moment for the beleaguered European Union. But Macron is no longer the fresh-faced force who marched into a surprising presidential victory to the rousing EU anthem two years ago. ...

Saudis say they don't want war, but will defend themselves
05/19/2019 2:08am

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates AP - A top Saudi diplomat says the kingdom does not want war but will defend itself, amid a recent spike in tensions with archrival Iran. Adel al-Jubeir, the minister of state for foreign affairs, spoke early Sunday, a week after four oil tankers were targeted ...

Lake Okeechobee's lower level debated among stakeholders
05/19/2019 2:01am

OKEECHOBEE, Fla. AP - Lake Okeechobee is Floridas Liquid Heart, and people who depend on it for irrigation, drinking water, recreation and their livelihoods are often in conflict on how to take care of it. This year, the conflict has heated up because the Army Corps of Engineers has been ...

Boot camp revives the lost art of letter writing
05/19/2019 2:01am

SARASOTA, Fla. AP - Some 2,000 years before the printing press became a thing, a queen of Persia named Atossa did something historians say had never been done before. Stylus in hand, she committed her thoughts to parchment and, in 500 B.C., produced the worlds first recorded letter. For the ...

Swiss vote on whether to adopt the EU's tighter gun rules
05/19/2019 1:40am

GENEVA AP - Swiss voters are casting ballots in a referendum to decide whether to enact new restrictions on guns and line up with Switzerlands partners in the European visa-free travel zone who have already tightened gun rules following extremist attacks in Europe. The proposal could require regular training on ...


3939 Campbell Ave
Arlington, VA 22206   Directions

(703) 998-2600



1100 Wilson Blvd
Arlington, VA 22209   Directions

(703) 236-9552



4001 Nebraska Ave NW
Washington, DC 20016   Directions

(202) 885-4000


Ghost Bike for Man Killed By Van in April Struck in AM Crash
05/18/2019 10:27pm

A memorial for a bicyclist struck and killed by a stolen van in Northeast D.C. last month was damaged in a crash early Saturday morning.A speeding Chevy Tahoe crashed into a parked Nissan Pathfinder, a parking sign pole and the ghost bike for David Salovesh, police said. Cyclist Killed in DC Was Outspoken Advocate for Bike Safety The driver of the Tahoe ran from the scene, police said.Police contacted the owner of the Tahoe, who said he doesnt know who was driving it, police said. Its not clear if the Tahoe was stolen. Police: Man Driving Stolen Van Strikes, Kills Bicyclist Police have not identified a suspect.The one person that we want to tell about this is Dave, you know, said Saloveshs friend, Matthew Sampson. It makes me feel so angry it makes me feel I was sad for a month because I lost my friend.The ghost bike, painted white, was placed near the crash scene were Salovesh died. Friends and the cycling community say Salovesh was an outspoken advocate for bike safety.Salovesh spoke to News4 in 2016 about biking in Washington, saying that a better understanding is needed between cyclists and drivers.We should be out there, shutting down the streets we should be out there, you know like, thats what Dave would want, Sampson said. Thats how we can honor Dave.Salovesh was following the flow of traffic on Florida Avenue NE at Benning Road April 19 when the stolen vans driver sped through a red light and struck him, police said. Salovesh died at the scene. He was 54.The driver of the van, Robert Earl Little Jr., was arrested and charged with unauthorized use of a vehicle and second-degree murder, police said.There has been a spike in traffic fatalities in D.C. recently: 2018 was the deadliest year since 2011.Photo Credit: DC1f525

1 Killed, 2 Injured in NE DC Shooting
05/18/2019 8:30pm

A man was killed and two people were injured in a shooting in Northeast D.C. Saturday evening, police said.Two men and a woman were shot in the 100 block of T Street NE at Summit Place NE about 5:45 p.m. The shooting was in front of McKinley Technology High School and Langley Elementary School. Get Breaking News Alerts With the NBC Washington App A man died at the scene, police said. Another victim suffered life-threatening injuries while a third victim suffered serious injuries but is expected to survive.Police are looking for three-to-four men in a white van. Ghost Bike for Man Killed By Van in April Struck in AM Crash Photo Credit: Shutterstock

Md. High School Staffer Attended Party Where Students Drank
05/18/2019 9:15pm

A staff member of a Maryland high school attended a graduation party Thursday where students openly consumed alcohol, the schools principal wrote in a letter to parents.Quince Orchard High School students played drinking games at the private party, according to the principal. Get Breaking News Alerts With the NBC Washington App I am deeply troubled by the failure of this staff member to exercise appropriate judgment, Quince Orchard Principal Elizabeth Thomas said in the letter.The principal said appropriate actions were taken by the school and Montgomery County police are involved, but she did not share details, calling it a personnel matter. Ghost Bike for Man Killed By Van in April Struck in AM Crash Photo Credit: Shutterstock

Not Just Party City: Why Helium Shortages Worry Scientists and Researchers
05/18/2019 6:44pm

This months announcement from Party City that its closing more than 40 stores as it grapples with new challenges, including diminishing helium supplies, likely came as unwelcome news to customers who count on the store for their balloon and event planning needs. But for scientists like Mark Elsesser, the announcement was something of a relief, inflating hopes that the public, and the government, might start paying closer attention, NBC News reports.When it comes to helium, were at a tipping point, said Elsesser, who is the associate director of government affairs at the American Physical Society, a nonprofit association of physicists. Party City has made our job a little bit easier when it comes to getting helium on peoples radar. Helium is something we need to address. Asian Americans Push for Smithsonian Gallery of Their Own Liquid helium is like liquid gold to scientists, according to Sophia Hayes, a professor of chemistry at Washington University in St. Louis and one of the nations leading helium experts. Scientists have been issuing warnings for years about the worlds shrinking helium supply. This year, the American Physical Society said that addressing the helium crisis is one of its top priorities.The helium shortage has hit us really hard, Hayes said. The situation is urgent. Protesters Arrested at Venezuelan Embassy Face US Charges Photo Credit: Maja Hitij/Getty Images

Montgomery Co. Officer Donates Kidney to Ex Colleague
05/18/2019 11:10am

A retired Montgomery County police officer says he feeling the best hes felt in years after receiving a living donor kidney transplant from a former colleague.Mom-of-twoMegan Ambrose surprised her former colleague Stanley Barsch with some stunning news on Valentines Day: The two were a perfect match for a kidney donation. Get Breaking News Alerts With the NBC Washington App The procedure took place on Tuesday at Medstar Georgetown University Hospital.Barsch is still recovering but tells News4 partner WTOP that his new kidney is working great and that hes feeling the best he has in years. Ghost Bike for Man Killed By Van in April Struck in AM Crash The father-of-three suffered from polycystic kidney disease, or PKD, a hereditary condition that had left his kidneys functioning at 13 percent capacity when he spoke to News4 in February.He retired in 2016 because of PKD, and then faced with a tough choice: Find a donor soon, or eventually go on dialysis and further damage his kidneys. Cummings Criticizes Trump During Commencement Speech Barsch eventually posted on Facebook. More than 30 people stepped up to fill out paperwork to see if they were a match.Officer Ambrose was one of those people. The two met in 2007 at the Montgomery County Police Academy. They graduated and became not just colleagues, shift matesandbeat partners, but friends.More than a decade later, she revealed with a pun-filled Valentines Day card that they were a perfect match for a kidney donation.The card read, So I heard urine need of a kidney...Scrawled at the top was a question: Want mineTurns out we are a perfect match... Not only on the job but in blood & organs too, the card read. You always had my back on the road and off, now you can have my kidney. I am honored to be able to give you the gift of life.Barsch shared his story with News4 to spread the word about living donor transplants. For more information, you can visit the National Kidney Foundation website.Photo Credit: Stanley Barsch


5151 Wisconsin Ave NW
Washington, DC 20016   Directions

(202) 244-5151



4100 Wisconsin Ave NW
Washington, DC 20016   Directions

(202) 895-5999


RAW VIDEO: Hear sounds of 40 shots being fired in NE DC neighborhood
05/19/2019 12:25am

Nearby residents say at least one person is dead and two others are injured after a shooting. Police say they are looking for three to four men in a white van. A white van is also captured on a residents personal security video.

Widow of firefighter killed in the line of duty writes a memorial book 20 years later
05/18/2019 10:34pm

Anthony Sauce Phillips and another firefighter died a fire on Cherry Hill Road in Northeast on May 30, 1999.

Isolated storms tonight with more storms Sunday afternoon
05/18/2019 10:04pm

Temperatures Sunday and Monday will be well up into the 80s, possibly a few low 90s

Critically injured teenager shows hopeful signs after horrific car crash
05/17/2019 7:37pm

Christina Maenzas parents are grateful for support and contributions to her Go Fund Me page.

Female pedestrian struck and killed in Southeast, DC
05/18/2019 4:15pm

Police have not identified the victim at this time.

Washington City Paper

1400 Eye St
Washington, DC 20005   Directions

(202) 332-2100


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