On the second day of new toll rates along the Capital Beltway’s Interstate 66 express lanes, rates reached $40 for solo drivers at 8:09 a.m.
Of the Bible’s significance, nothing can be added to two sentences at the heart of Deuteronomy’s Shema. “And these words which I command you today shall be in your heart. You shall teach them diligently to your children, and shall talk of them when you sit in your house, when you walk by the way, when you lie down, and when you rise up.”
The U.S. Navy has admitted that the crew on one of its aircraft was responsible for drawing an image of male genitalia in the sky that was spotted over Okanogan County, Washington on Thursday.
The world’s first politically motivated hotel is coming soon to the nation’s capital to serve as a safe haven for Democrats with an explicitly liberal mission.
Teachers in Washington, D.C. public schools are decrying new policies that lower academic standards, including one that requires a passing grade even for students who fail three out of four quarters.
A state court dismissed a key union objection to a think tank’s effort to inform home health aides that they are not obligated to pay union dues.
A Christian pro-life group was kicked out of a Seattle coffee shop by the owner, Ben Borgman, who told the group, “I’m gay, you have to leave.”
The attorney general of Washington, D.C., announced on Thursday that the city would not appeal to the Supreme Court a federal appeals court decision striking down a provision in its strict gun-carry law.
Seattle Mayor Ed Murray (D.) resigned Tuesday after yet another man—the mayor’s younger cousin—came forward saying he was abused by Murray as a child.
A federal appeals court on Wednesday ruled against a high school football coach in Washington state who was suspended for kneeling in prayer at midfield after games.