Washington, D.C., is about to become a better place. That’s because Wawa is finally coming to town.
At a Newseum event I attended last week, Wawa announced its first location in the city will be at 1111 19th Street Northwest, and is scheduled to open in December. It sounds like it is going to be amazing. It will be the largest Wawa in history, and is set to feature the indoor and outdoor seating that many of us have long wanted in our Wawas. There is even going to be a “Wild Goose Café.”
A large majority of Americans believe that those who want to harm themselves or others are not less likely to do so if they don’t have a gun, a poll released on Thursday shows.
A majority of Americans believe the National Rifle Association has either too little influence over gun laws or the right amount of influence, according to a poll released on Thursday.
Gun owners are more likely to find the right to own guns, right to vote, right to privacy, freedom of religion, and freedom of speech more essential to their own sense of freedom than those who do not own guns a new poll released on Thursday shows.
A Canadian sniper in Iraq took out an ISIS terrorist from more than 2 miles away, Canadian Armed Forces confirmed on Thursday.
A Florida woman is alive and her ex-boyfriend is dead after a shooting on Saturday that police believe was in self-defense.
Republican Congressman Thomas Massie (R., Ky.) introduced a bill on Thursday that would require Washington, D.C., to honor valid gun-carry permits from other states.
On Thursday the Metropolitan Police Department (MPD) issued warrants for the arrest of 14 individuals involved in a May 16 assault on a group of people protesting Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Washington, D.C.
In the wake of Wednesday’s attack on Republican congressmen at a park in Alexandria, Virginia, a number of national media outlets have published activists’ claim that there have been more than 150 mass shootings in the United States so far this year.
The State Department and Washington Metropolitan Police Department (MPD) confirmed to the Washington Free Beacon on Wednesday that two people have been arrested for their actions during an attack by supporters and employees of Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan on protesters in Washington, D.C.