Before President Trump was sworn in, his rhetoric and treatment of lobbyists seemed pretty harsh. He announced lobbyists would be kicked off the transition team and registered lobbyists couldn’t work in his administration, and some lobbyists deregistered to stand a chance to serve.
By Elizabeth Warren
“I’ll get the popcorn.”
I yelled up the stairs to let Bruce know I was coming. I also had the beer and my laptop.
He had the television on, with the second season of Ballers lined up.
It happened again. This time in Milwaukee. Students at the Universal Academy for the College Bound Webster Campus returned to find themselves in a completely different school, because a charter management company had decided they’d rather move on than finish out their contract for the year.
Authorities have arrested a suspect in connection with the anti-Semitic graffiti spray-painted on a Jewish community center and a church in northern Virginia earlier this week during Passover.
Dylan M. Mahone, 20, of Annandale, Virginia, has been charged with two counts of felony destruction of property, according to a Fairfax County Police Department statement released on Thursday.
The Honeymoon of the Generals
Cross-posted with TomDispatch.com
MOAB sounds more like an incestuous, war-torn biblical kingdom than the GBU-43/B Massive Ordnance Air Blast, aka “the mother of all bombs.” Still, give Donald Trump credit.
Good news, people who were in high school in 2004 and still feel like they are in high school in 2017.
As candy, Peeps are, well, not the tastiest treats in the Easter basket.
However, they can be quite a tasteful medium for artistic expression, as an arts center in Westminster, Maryland, is demonstrating.
WASHINGTON ― A federal judge in Baltimore on Friday approved a deal struck between the city and the Justice Department in the final days of the Obama administration to reform Baltimore’s troubled police department, denying a request from the Trump administration to delay approval of the agreement.
We already know what a school voucher program like the one championed by Donald Trump and Secretary of Education Betsy “Amway” DeVos looks like. An experimental version was set up for Washington DC in 2004.
WASHINGTON ― The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee raised a record-breaking $31 million in the first quarter of the year, the House Democrats’ campaign arm announced on Friday.
For 16 years, Angela Maria Spring has worked as a bookseller ― most recently as the manager of Washington, D.C.
Some of the latest hooey uttered by White House press secretary Sean Spicer — the man from whom a seemingly bottomless wellspring of hooey flows — was his pronouncement the other day that having so many fabulously wealthy men and women working in the White House is a good and wondrous thing.