D.C. Council member Mary M. Cheh is calling on the Metropolitan Police Department to create a liaison unit for the city’s Muslim community, much like those formed to improve relations with Asian, Hispanic, deaf and LGBT residents.
Police and protesters clashed in the nation’s capital during Donald Trump’s inauguration ceremonies Friday - leading to more than 200 arrests after a faction of anti-establishment activists smashed storefront windows and threw bricks at law enforcement.
The impending rain didn’t deter inauguration watchers from streaming through security checkpoints Friday morning to take in the day’s festivities.
Protesters and supporters of President-elect Donald Trump clashed outside a pro-Trump event in Washington the night before his inauguration.
Having showcased her ability for insightful coverage of politics, policy and the law, Alexandria Swoyer is taking her talents — back — to The Washington Times.
If Jim Warlick had ignored famed statistician Nate Silver, who predicted a Hillary Clinton victory in November, he would be $100,000 richer. That’s how much Mr. Warlick spent on Clinton-themed trinkets and tchotchkes for his presidential souvenir store, White House Gifts, in the months leading up to the election.
What will FLOTUS be wearing alongside POTUS during the swearing-in ceremony and at the inaugural balls?
Donald Trump supporters in the District — all 4 percent of the city’s electorate — are relishing the chance to live behind enemy lines with the new president, saying they’re confident they’ll win converts once people see what he has in store for them and their city.
From protesters planning to block access to security checkpoints to the risk of a terrorist driving a truck through a large crowd, the list of potential Inauguration Day disasters is long, but law enforcement agencies are prepared.
Virginia has executed a man convicted of killing two young girls and their parents during a New Year’s Day home invasion more than 11 years ago.
Metro will expand its service Saturday to accommodate an anticipated increase in ridership from the Women’s March on Washington, a planned anti-Trump demonstration, the transit agency announced Wednesday.
Montgomery County Executive Isiah Leggett is weighing whether to approve or veto a bill that would raise the minimum wage to $15 per hour by 2020 — legislation that narrowly passed the all-Democrat County Council.