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House approves stopgap government funding bill

WASHINGTON- The House of Representatives on Thursday evening approved a continuing resolution (CR) that funds the government through Feb. 16. The lower chamber approved the measure in a 230-197 vote. Eleven Republicans voted against the CR. Six Democrats voted for it. […]

House approves stopgap government funding bill

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WASHINGTON- The House of Representatives on Thursday evening approved a continuing resolution (CR) that funds the government through Feb. 16. The lower chamber approved the measure in a 230-197 vote. Eleven Republicans voted against the CR. Six Democrats voted for it. […]

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Warriors show some love to the homeless with pop-up restaurant

In 2014, Prince George’s County native Erin Dorsey (above) started The Warriors Movement to help teenage girls. Three years after that, her and her team are helping homeless men. The

Trump’s ‘time is up’; Look out for Oprah in 2020

Oprah Winfrey graciously accepted the Cecil B. DeMille Award for lifetime achievement at the Golden Globes on Sunday and her moving speech has many saying on social media that

GOP congressional leaders to meet with Trump at Camp David this weekend

WASHINGTON- Republican congressional leaders are scheduled to meet with President Donald Trump and members of the administration this weekend at Camp David, according to media reports.  The Capitol Hill participants at

Dow hits record high, closes above 25,000

WASHINGTON – The Dow Jones Industrial Average hit a record high on Thursday, closing above 25,000 for the first time. The Dow ended at 25,075.13, an increase of 152.45 points from Wednesday’s

Malayan Tiger at National Zoo Malaysia. credit Tu7uh wikimedia commons

Award-Winning Filmmaker Leslie Zemeckis Releases Her Latest Documentary ‘MABEL, MABEL, TIGER TRAINER’

On March 27, 2018, writer, producer and director Leslie Zemeckis previews her new award-winning documentary, “Mabel, Mabel, Tiger Trainer,” with Cinema Libre Studios. The invitation-only screening takes place at

Congress to address a host of pressing issues within the next few months

WASHINGTON- Congress is expected to address a host of pressing issues within the next few months. Last month lawmakers departed Washington for Christmas break without having found a comprehensive solution to

A model of the Aurora Centaur - an optionally piloted aircraft. The model was on display at the 2015 Air Force Association Convention. (credit Anthony C. Hayes)

Aurora CEO John S. Langford on secrets of success

A model of the optionally piloted Aurora Centaur at the 2015 Air Force Association Convention. (Anthony C. Hayes) Headquartered in Manassas, Virginia, Aurora Flight Sciences has more than 550 employees

Trump poised to finish first year in office with near-unprecedented market rally

WASHINGTON – President Donald Trump is poised to finish his first year in office with a near-unprecedented market rally and one of the strongest stock market records of any sitting U.S.

Senate approves short-term spending bill to prevent government shutdown

WASHINGTON – A government shutdown was averted Thursday evening following Senate passage of a continuing resolution (CR) that maintains funding at current levels through Jan. 19, 2018. The upper chamber approved the

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