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  • DeLauro, DCF to discuss domestic child trafficking

    U.S. Rep. Rosa DeLauro is joining a discussion on combatting domestic child trafficking.


  • ALL SMILES: House Speaker Nancy Pelosi signs the newly passed health care reform bill Monday as other Democrats wait for souvenir pens. From left are: Majority Whip James E. Clyburn, Majority Leader Steny H. Hoyer, and Reps. George Miller, Louise M. Slaughter, Rosa DeLauro, and John D. Dingell. (Associated Press)

    Women's wage gap not part of Democrat's election-year strategy: DeLauro

    Rep. Rosa DeLauro, Connecticut Democrat, said Tuesday that Democrats' push to close the gender gap is not part of an election year strategy.


  • Conn.'s DeLauro prepares to push for higher wages

    Connecticut's U.S. Rep. Rosa DeLauro is stepping up pressure on congress to increase pay for Americans to promote economic opportunity and upward mobility.


  • Lawmakers seek more regulation of compounded drugs

    Two Democratic lawmakers on Tuesday called for stricter federal oversight of compounding pharmacies in the wake a deadly meningitis outbreak linked to contaminated injections made by a Massachusetts specialty pharmacy.


  • John Fawcett, a neighbor, looks at a charred garage Monday in Southeast Washington where Ashley Turton, the wife of a White House adviser Dan Turton, was found dead inside a burning car. (Associated Press)

    Wife of Obama aide found dead in burning car in home's garage

    A lobbyist for Progress Energy married to an aide to President Obama was found dead in a car fire at her home near the U.S. Capitol, fire authorities and the company said Monday.


  • Drugged out on the Hill

    The Framers of the U.S. Constitution purposefully divided governance among three separate but interdependent branches, intending to ensure the principal powers - legislative, executive and judicial - were not concentrated in a single branch. These are the "checks and balances" we all learned about in civics classes.


  • Archbishop Wuerl, seen at a Catholic priesthood ordination Mass that he officiated in late May at the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in D.C.

    Wuerl paves own path

    Almost a year into his job as the spiritual leader of the Washington area's 560,000 Catholics, Archbishop Donald W. Wuerl has set a personal agenda and style that are worlds apart from those of his more flamboyant predecessor.


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