Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson tried to cover up his office’s collusion with labor unions after a think tank asked for public records about their communications, according to a lawsuit.
When winter storms cover Takoma, Washington, D.C., the neighborhood looks like a snow globe flipped on its head. And death lurks everywhere: in the funeral home on the corner, in the novels stacked in the bookstore—but especially in the conversations at the two-story arts center where tonight, Death Café hosts its first 2019 event in D.C.
Center for Medical Progress founder David Daleiden asked a federal appeals court to dismiss the “character assassination” waged by researchers seeking to redact their information as part of a public records request.
Washington Gov. Jay Inslee (D.), who has been floated as a potential 2020 presidential candidate, on Tuesday rebuked the decision by Senate Democrats to name Sen. Joe Manchin (D., W.Va.) as the ranking member of the Senate Energy Committee, calling the appointment “disappointing.”
The police chief for the Washington town of Republic promised residents that his force would respect their right to bear arms, no matter the state’s restrictive gun laws.
A Democratic congressional candidate in Washington founded a socialist, anticapitalist bookstore in the late 1970s.
The media consultants for a Democratic congressional candidate in Washington recently attempted to edit her Wikipedia page to remove details about her time in Nicaragua and Cuba. Lisa Brown’s D.C.- and Seattle-based media consultants, GMMB, appear to have tried to change her Wikipedia page last week.