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The Politico

The Politico

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Arlington, VA 22209   Directions

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Trump strikes back at Pelosi as shutdown fight hits new low
01/17/2019 11:09am

The president abruptly yanks Pelosis international trip after she pulled a power play by postponing his SOTU address.

Shutdown has dropped grenade onto Trump’s 2020 team
01/17/2019 4:01am

The president publicly brags he is getting the best of Democrats as unhappy campaign officials find themselves trying to fire up his base.

‘We’re not going to sit idly by’: Freshman Dems look to seize shutdown optics
01/17/2019 5:46pm

The new class of House lawmakers is finding creative ways to pressure the GOP into reopening the government.

The Washington Post

The Washington Post

1301 K St NW
Washington, DC 20071   Directions

(800) 627-1150


The Women’s March in Year 3: Can the movement overcome a year of controversy and division?
01/17/2019 1:13am

The third annual event might be the most divided yet, with competing marches and multiple controversies.

Women are marching in D.C., but the real change is coming from the states
01/17/2019 2:25am

After Congress failed to pass sexual harassment legislation, state legislatures are doing the work.

In their words: Women’s March activists on the movement two years later
01/17/2019 1:25am

The Post followed up with several women who attended the first march in 2017 to see what they have planned for the third iteration of the Womens March.

The abortion issue is more polarized than ever, leading some to view March for Life as a Republican rally
01/17/2019 6:00am

Leaders of the march, which is set to take place Friday on the Mall, enthusiastically welcome support from President Trump and from Vice President Pence while insisting they want to maintain a bipartisan standpoint and a diverse crowd of attendees.

Hogan outlines $46.6 billion Maryland budget that includes tax relief, raises for state employees
01/17/2019 5:41am

The spending plan is to be fully unveiled Friday, when legislative leaders are set to weigh in.

The Washington Times

The Washington Times

3600 New York Ave NE
Washington, DC 20002   Directions

(202) 636-3000


IHOP worker shoots Roderick Turner after gunman killed Roy Brown
01/17/2019 6:04pm

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. AP A customer at an IHOP in Alabama started shooting at employees after becoming angry over a carryout order, wounding a restaurant worker who fired back in self-defense and killed him, police said. The fatal shooting happened in Huntsville on Wednesday evening. Killed were IHOP employee Roy ...

California man charged with threatening college shooting
01/17/2019 6:03pm

GLENDORA, Calif. AP - A California man has been charged with threatening to shoot up a college that was locked down for hours as police searched the campus. Thirty-year-old Terrell Lee Bennett of Pomona is charged with making criminal threats and illegally possessing ammunition. Its unclear if he has an ...

Monitor: Baltimore police dysfunction 'deep and widespread'
01/17/2019 5:53pm

BALTIMORE AP - The monitor observing reforms to the Baltimore Police Department has told a legislative committee that dysfunction in the department is so deep and widespread that it will take longer to fix than anticipated. The Baltimore Sun reports attorney Kenneth Thompson spoke Thursday to the House of ...

Appeals court denies rehearing in Tennessee coal ash case
01/17/2019 5:50pm

NASHVILLE, Tenn. AP - A federal appeals court wont rehear a case after a panel of its judges overturned an order that wouldve forced the nations largest public utility to remove a Tennessee power plants coal ash. The full 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals on Thursday rejected environmental groups ...

Mississippi Senate transportation chair runs for commission
01/17/2019 5:48pm

JACKSON, Miss. AP - A Democrat who has served in the Mississippi Senate since 1993 says hes running for transportation commissioner and wants to put more money into highways and bridges. Sen. Willie Simmons of Cleveland is chairman of the Senate Transportation Committee. Several legislative colleagues, including Republican Sens. Briggs ...

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WRC-TV

WRC-TV

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Washington, DC 20016   Directions

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Virginia Family Terrified After Mysterious Double Homicide
01/17/2019 6:33pm

A Virginia mother and daughter are terrified a killer or killers could be looking for them after a father and son were killed in a Fauquier County home in November.My husband a very good guy, and he worked so hard for my family, My Nguyen said. And my son, he very good boy. I dont know what happened. Father, Son Found Dead in Virginia Home She and her 18-year-old daughter Virginia say they have no idea who killed Duong Nguyen and his son.We dont know whats out there, Virginia said. We dont feel safe most of the time. Get Breaking News Alerts With the NBC Washington App The most haunting question: Why would anyone kill a cabinetmaker and a community college studentDuong Nguyen was an immigrant success story. He was so proud to be in this country his named his children America and Virginia. Jos Andrs to Feed Federal Workers as Shutdown Drags On Family and friends say he was a hard worker, a perfectionist who could build almost anything.He was very determined, Virginia said. Once he set his mind on to do something, he doesnt stop until he finishes it.America, 22, was a little boy when he began helping his father, but hed been taking classes at Northern Virginia Community College and working two jobs.My brother, hes still really young, Virginia said. Hes very nave and gullible. Hes at that age where you just want to have fun.She and her mother were visiting a sick relative in Vietnam when Duong and America were killed. While the women were away, the family spoke every day.My dad would always ask me and my mom, Do you miss me, do you love me Virginia said. And he was like, I miss you so much and I love you.But one day, neither man answered his phone.After a second day passed, the sheriffs office checked the familys Bealeton home Nov. 9 and found the two men shot to death.The family had lived in the newly built home for only a year. Theyd chosen it becauseDuong loved the big yard and the safety of tiny Bealeton.We really want to know, my husband, my son, why, you know, they do that with them, My said.She and her daughter hope by speaking about their loved ones and sharing their torment, someone who knows something will call investigators.I cant leave her alone and she cant leave me alone without worrying, Virginia said.I dont want my daughter worry about me, My said. She say, Mommy, dont leave me. I have only you now.Investigators say they are in the process of analyzing evidence in the lab.They want anyone who drives Route 28 between Fauquier and Manassas who may have seen anything out of the ordinary in the early morning hours of Nov. 8 to call them at 540-347-3300.

Giuliani Now Doesn't Deny Possible Trump Campaign Collusion
01/17/2019 10:16am

Rudy Giuliani, President Donald Trumps personal attorney, made several attempts on Thursday to clarify an assertion he made during a Wednesday night CNN interview in which he claimed that he never said the Trump campaign didnt collude with Russia, NBC News reported.That comment runs counter to his and President Donald Trumps past remarks on the matter. Trump has repeatedly asserted that his campaign did not collude with Russian officials. The issue of whether the Trump campaign colluded with Russia is a question at the heart of special counsel Robert Muellers investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election. Shutdown May Upend State of the Union Speech I never said there was no collusion between the campaign or between people in the campaign, Giuliani told CNNs Chris Cuomo. Giuliani, who has previously claimed no collusion but that collusion is not a crime, was adamant that Trump did not personally collude with Russia.Thursday morning, Giuliani sought to clear up his remarks. In an interview with NBC News, Giuliani denied that he had reversed himself on the issue of collusion. I represent the president. I can speak only to the president, not the campaign. The president was not involved in, nor does the president have any knowledge of collusion with the Russians or anyone else. I have no knowledge that anyone on the campaign colluded, but obviously I cannot speak for everyone on the campaign, he added Mays UK Government Wins No-Confidence Vote, Battles On He later issued a written statement as well.Photo Credit: Charles Krupa/AP, File This story uses functionality that may not work in our app. Click here to open the story in your web browser.

DC to Get Snow and Rain, Followed by Arctic Blast
01/17/2019 4:57pm

Just when the snow and ice started to clear up, more is on the way followed by a blast of arctic air.A mix of rain and slushy, wet snow is expected in the D.C. area from Thursday evening into early Friday morning. Storm Team4 expects 1 to 3 inches of snow to the north and west of D.C. In the District, inside the Beltway and to the east and south, 1 inch of snow or less is expected. Winter Weather Forecast: Double the Average Snow in DMV Beware of slick roads starting Thursday evening. The rain and snow should clear up by 6 a.m. but still snarl rush hour Friday morning, especially to the north and west of D.C.Some school districts canceled afternoon and evening activities in anticipation of the wet weather. Afternoon and evening activities are canceled on Thursday in Arlington, Fairfax and Prince Georges. Go here for information on school delays and closings. Get Breaking News Alerts With the NBC Washington App Crews are treating roads ahead of the snow and rain.Some Amtrak trains running out of Union Station will run on a modified schedule Saturday and Sunday because of the expected weather. Jos Andrs to Feed Federal Workers as Shutdown Drags On A winter weather advisorywas set to begin for D.C. at 6 p.m. Thursday and extend until 4 a.m. Friday. Go here to see all weather alerts.Friday is expected to be cool and dry, with a high of 47 degrees.Then, expect rain and a wintry mix of precipitation Saturday afternoon into Sunday afternoon. No major snow accumulation is expected over the weekend.Sunday and Monday will be dangerously cold, with wind chills between -10 and 10 degrees, Storm Team4s Chuck Bell said.The bottom falls out on Sunday, and you need to know that this is going to be our first real shock to the system of cold air, he said. Temperatures could drop as much as 40 or 50 degrees between Sunday and Monday. Yikes.D.C. Fire and EMS released a list of resources for anyone who needs shelter. The citys Cold Emergency Plan is in effect in the District until further notice.Photo Credit: NBC Washington This story uses functionality that may not work in our app. Click here to open the story in your web browser.

DC Housing Authority Declares Emergency
01/17/2019 6:08pm

The director of the D.C. Housing Authority says its properties need about $1 billion in long-term repair costs. The conditions are so bad that the D.C. Housing Authority is declaring an emergency. News4s Derrick Ward explains.

Neighbor Says He Tried to Save Elderly Man Killed in Fire
01/17/2019 5:47pm

I had nightmares all night long. A neighbor told News4 he is sad he couldnt save his elderly neighbor who died in a fire in Fairfax County. News4s Chris Gordon reports.

WTTG FOX 5

WTTG FOX 5

5151 Wisconsin Ave NW
Washington, DC 20016   Directions

(202) 244-5151


WUSA (TV)

WUSA (TV)

4100 Wisconsin Ave NW
Washington, DC 20016   Directions

(202) 895-5999


Snow will continue in the DC metro tonight with up to two inches possible
01/17/2019 6:35pm

Slick spots will develop as snow continues tonight.

English teacher dies in class after suffering a medical emergency at Maryland middle school
01/17/2019 3:28pm

School officials say support has been provided for students who were present in class during the medical emergency.

Wintry mix and dangerous flash freeze and wind chills for DC MLK weekend
01/17/2019 5:31pm

A flash freeze will bring icy conditions to DC this weekend, in addition to rain, a wintry mix and snow.

Furloughed mom sleepless and tearful as she wrestles with daycare and bills
01/17/2019 5:26pm

Joan Shipps says she had no warning that December 21 would bring her last paycheck. As a contractor, she may never get back pay.

Only 10,000 expected at DC Women’s March, amid PR battle and clash with National Park Service
01/17/2019 6:05pm

The expected attendance figures have not been previously reported and are recorded within a final permit issued by the U.S. Department of the Interior.

Washington City Paper

Washington City Paper

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