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The Politico

The Politico

1000 Wilson Blvd
Arlington, VA 22209   Directions

(703) 647-7999

Website

Congress waits another day for Mueller findings
03/23/2019 8:28am

The Justice Dept. said it would not transmit a summary of the special counsels findings Saturday, fueling Democrats urgent pleas to release the entire document.

The 25 subplots to watch in the Mueller Investigation

Trump Kushner Papadopoulos The Steele Dossier Carter Page The Agalarovs Sessions The NRA Ukrainian Peace Plans and more

The Washington Post

The Washington Post

1301 K St NW
Washington, DC 20071   Directions

(800) 627-1150

Website

Veterans surprise D.C. elementary school with makeover
03/23/2019 5:54am

After the children at Martin Luther King Jr. Elementary in Southeast Washington left school for the weekend, 150 volunteers stormed in with the efficiency of a military platoon and got to work.

Wary of Amazon, Latino neighborhood in Virginia vows not to be pushed out
03/22/2019 2:41am

For decades, Arlandria has thrived as a working-class enclave in pricey Northern Virginia.

Democratic scandals provide hope to Virginia Republicans
03/23/2019 7:00am

With the states top three Democratic office-holders tainted by allegations and confessions, Republicans are making an aggressive push to defend their razor-thin majority in the General Assembly.

As D.C. leaders tout reforms, latest ethics scandal evokes city’s history of corruption
03/23/2019 3:10am

Even as the citys political culture has evolved since the scandal-tainted days of Mayor Marion Barry, the District can still further tighten its ethics rules.

Bowser’s budget plan includes money for K Street Transitway
03/23/2019 2:43am

After 15 years of studies and reports, the project to add bus-only lanes on K Street NW in downtown Washington would get $122 million to complete the design and build it, under the capital budget proposed by Mayor Muriel E. Bowser D.

The Washington Times

The Washington Times

3600 New York Ave NE
Washington, DC 20002   Directions

(202) 636-3000

Website

WWII museum exhibit memorializes life of French painter
03/24/2019 8:17am

NEW ORLEANS AP - The National WWII museum is opening a new exhibit dedicated to the life and art of French painter Guy de Montlaur as part of their efforts to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the D-Day landing at Normandy. In a news release the museum says the exhibit ...

UConn receives $12 million grant for Air Force R&D efforts
03/24/2019 8:17am

STORRS, Conn. AP - The University of Connecticut is receiving more than $12 million in federal grant funding from the Air Force Research Lab program. The grant will be used over a four-year-period and enable UConn to assist manufacturers with research and development. Funds will also be used to train ...

Montgomery seeking artists for new project
03/24/2019 8:15am

MONTGOMERY, Ala. AP - The City of Montgomery Public Art Commission is seeking artists to be part of the Montgomery Book Bench Project. Its a new effort to encourage reading, provide a place for people to rest, and to instill an appreciation of public art in the community. WSFA-TV reports ...

Roman Catholics celebrate 150th anniversary of cathedral
03/24/2019 8:14am

PORTLAND, Maine AP - Maines Roman Catholics are celebrating the 150th anniversary of the opening of the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception in Portland. The tallest building in Portland emerged after the Great Fire of 1866 destroyed the original cathedral that was under construction, along with the parish school, convent ...

Community college in Rhode Island to open a food pantry
03/24/2019 8:14am

PROVIDENCE, R.I. AP - A community college in Rhode Island is opening its first food pantry for its students. The Community College of Rhode Island says the food pantry will open Monday with a ribbon-cutting ceremony at its Lincoln campus. The college says its opening the pantry because research shows ...

WETA-TV

WETA-TV

3939 Campbell Ave
Arlington, VA 22206   Directions

(703) 998-2600

Website

WJLA-TV

WJLA-TV

1100 Wilson Blvd
Arlington, VA 22209   Directions

(703) 236-9552

Website

WRC-TV

WRC-TV

4001 Nebraska Ave NW
Washington, DC 20016   Directions

(202) 885-4000

Website

Driver Working With NBC News Killed in Syria
03/24/2019 3:43am

A driver working with NBC News in Syria was killed Saturday after a device exploded in the vicinity of a group of the networks journalists, NBC News president said.We are thankful that NBC employees escaped unharmed, however one of the local drivers working with them was tragically killed, NBC News President Noah Oppenheim said in a statement. Our deepest sympathies go out to his family and loved ones.Oppenheim said that we are still gathering information from todays events, and are in touch with the drivers family to support them however we can.Photo Credit: Fadel Senna/AFP/Getty Images

Powerball Jackpot Now $750M After No Winning Ticket Drawn
03/24/2019 6:06am

Lottery officials say the Powerball jackpot has ballooned to $750 million after no ticket matched all six numbers in the most recent drawing.The numbers drawn Saturday night are 24, 25, 52, 60 and 66, with a Powerball of 5.The next drawing for what would be the fourth-largest jackpot in U.S. history is Wednesday. The odds of winning are roughly 1 in 292.2 million.No one has won the Powerball jackpot since the day after Christmas. Twenty-four drawings since then have failed to produce a winner.The buyers of three tickets shared the countrys largest jackpot. It was a nearly $1.59 billion Powerball prize drawn on Jan. 13, 2016. A South Carolina purchaser won a $1.54 billion Mega Millions jackpot. That was the nations second-largest lottery prize ever.Photo Credit: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images, File

Cherry Blossoms Reach Phase 3 of 6
03/23/2019 7:27pm

While the rest of the Washington area was concerned with surprise showers and thunderstorms Friday, D.C.s cherry blossoms were entering stage three of their development: extension of florets.The National Park Service announced on Twitter Saturday morning that the cherry blossoms are now halfway to peak bloom in the first week of April. Cherry Blossom Season: Your Essential Guide While we were all distracted by the snow showers and thunderstorm yesterday afternoon, the cherry blossoms quietly reached stage three of the bloomwatch - extension of florets, the Park Service said. Halfway home and still on track for peak bloom the first week of AprilNext up is phase four, the peduncle elongation, followed by puffy white and -what everyone has been waiting for - peak bloom, Live Countdown: How Many Hours & Minutes Until Spring Those peak bloom dates are forecastfor April 3-6, but viewers can see their natural beauty long before, as flowering trees are being spotted all around the D.C. area.Read more about peak bloom and what it means for viewing dates here, and check out NBC Washingtons guide to all things cherry blossom season here.Photo Credit: NationalMallNPS

'Justin Beaver' Spotted Near The Wharf in Southwest DC
03/23/2019 10:38pm

As Washington, D.C., gears up for cherry blossom tourist season, a toothy rodent has made a reappearance.A beaver was spotted in the Washington Channel off the Southwest Waterfront as cherry blossoms reach stage three of their development: extension of florets. Cherry Blossoms Reach Phase 3 of 6 The varmint was spotted Friday near the Wharf in Southwest D.C., scrounging on a piece of wood and staring into the distance.The scaly tailed rodent, nicknamed Justin Beaver by the people who spotted it, could be a bad sign for the Districts cherry blossoms: 20 years ago, a beaver wreaked havoc on the trees. Get Breaking News Alerts With the NBC Washington App According to Washingtonian, the debacle unfolded on April 3, 1999, when visitors to the Tidal Basin were shocked to see a Yoshino cherry three had been gnawed through and toppled over in full flower.The next few days, four more trees were discovered with beaver damage, and residents took to the streets to patrol the Tidal Basin. More Married Couples in DC Getting Roommates, Study Says When a midsize female was caught, it seemed the ordeal was over, Washingtonian reported. Then rangers trapped a small pup...Finally, on April 13...a large male was taken into custody.It turned out the cherry trees were feeding an entire family.Beavers are native to North America, according to the National Zoo, but no word is out yet about a new beaver hunt.Photo Credit: The Wharf Wrats

Fire Destroys Centreville Home Displaces Residents
03/23/2019 10:33pm

A fire destroyed a townhouse in Centreville, Virginia, Saturday, forcing residents to evacuate. News4s Darcy Spencer reports.

WTTG FOX 5

WTTG FOX 5

5151 Wisconsin Ave NW
Washington, DC 20016   Directions

(202) 244-5151

Website

WUSA (TV)

WUSA (TV)

4100 Wisconsin Ave NW
Washington, DC 20016   Directions

(202) 895-5999

Website

Canoe club claims wins over Trump golf club, river dispute
03/23/2019 10:22pm

The U.S. Coast Guard will no longer completely shutdown a busy stretch of the Potomac River when President Trump is visiting his Loudon County golf course

Police search for 3 missing, endangered sisters from Alexandria, Va.
03/23/2019 8:54pm

Police say sisters Ariana Ford, 12, Aniya Ford, 10, and Athena Ford, 8, were last seen near the Mount Vernon Apartments in Alexandria

2 pedestrians struck, 1 critically injured in Rockville
03/23/2019 9:18pm

Officials said the crash happened at the intersection of Beall Avenue and Maryland Avenue

15-year-old arrested in violent assault outside Northwest DC hotel, police say
03/23/2019 5:25pm

The teen reportedly punched the victim in the face, causing him to lose two teeth, according to police

Fairfax County gymnastics coach accused of inappropriate sexual relationship with teenager
03/23/2019 6:52pm

Police say the man worked as a coach at Capital Gymnastics National Training Center in Burke, Va.

Washington City Paper

Washington City Paper

1400 Eye St
Washington, DC 20005   Directions

(202) 332-2100

Website

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