The Finance 202
Senate Republicans approved a budget that will allow the party to pass a $1.5 trillion tax cut plan without needing to support from Democrats. But lawmakers still face other potential headaches.
The Daily 202
In speeches, the ex-presidents reminded the country that there is another path.
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The White House chief of staff said he was stunned that the Democratic lawmaker was on a “sacred” call between President Trump and the widow of a soldier killed in Niger. But his critique overlooks the family’s long ties with Wilson.
Roy Moore speaks at the Values Voter Summit in Washington. (Reuters)
Roy Moore speaks at the Values Voter Summit in Washington. (Reuters)
The payment of nearly $500,000, which experts say should have been reported as compensation, would have triggered a federal tax bill of more than $100,000 for the Senate candidate from Alabama.
The mountain visibly shifted during a September nuclear test, an enormous detonation that was recorded as a 6.3 magnitude earthquake in North Korea’s northeast. Since then, the area, which is not known for natural seismic activity, has had three more quakes.
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Anthem is among four companies with extensive interests in Virginia that paid the GOP gubernatorial nominee between $50,000 and $250,000 last year for consulting services.
When the cameras started to appear in police departments in 2014, experts predicted behavior on both sides of the badge would improve under the watchful eye of the lens.
From hosting The Beatles to serving as a home for Washington's baseball, soccer and football teams, RFK has had quite a run. The stadium has already bid farewell to the Senators, Redskins and Nationals. This weekend, the one-time nexus of Washington sports relinquishes its soccer team.
Musk says the pod-and-tube transportation system, planned to extend to New York, will ultimately be able to make the trip between Washington and New York in 29 minutes.
History of injuries gives pause to the idea of offering historic money, though Stephen Strasburg shows how quickly narratives can change.
The annual marathon will close roadways along the Potomac River in Washington and Arlington on Sunday. Metro is your best option for getting around.
Going Out Guide
The meat alternative, which has made waves for tasting surprisingly like beef, is popping up on menus across the city.
As President Trump and the Pentagon seek to revamp the Afghanistan war strategy, a new report offers a glimpse into profound challenges at the ground level of the 16-year war that prompted Afghan security forces to make risky decisions to abandon their post in an unfamiliar country.
The judge said the pardon did not erase the fact that the former Arizona sheriff had been convicted of criminal contempt.
We're in the midst of the second longest bull market in U.S. history, and on Main Street, it's become fashionable again to talk about stocks.
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The House speaker cracked wise at the president’s expense during the Alfred E. Smith Memorial Foundation Dinner.
Designer Hervé Pierre, whose gown was given to the Smithsonian today, has become the keeper of the first lady's aesthetic legacy.
Findings in the United Kingdom and the Netherlands note longer beaks, useful in accessing backyard buffets, and point to how natural selection is sometimes being driven by humans.
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