Articles Tagged 'Washington'
New state laws for the new year: California limits gun rights, minimum wages increase
Several new state laws are set to take effect on New Year’s Day, including unprecedented minimum wage hikes, equal pay requirements and new abortion statutes… READ MORE
Trump invites Putin to Washington
President Trump is inviting Russian President Vladimir Putin to visit Washington, the White House said Thursday, brushing aside the furor over Moscow’s meddling in the… READ MORE
Don’t Drink the Water: DC Warns Thousands of Contamination Risk
If you live in D.C., you may have to boil your water.
DC Water is advising tens of thousands of residents and businesses in a… READ MORE
Supreme Court tosses out ruling against Washington florist who declined to make arrangement for gay wedding
The U.S. Supreme Court has tossed out a state court ruling against a Washington florist who declined to make a floral arrangement for a same-sex… READ MORE
Chinese Economic Chief to Visit Washington for Trade Talks
Chinese President Xi Jinping’s top economic adviser plans to visit Washington for follow-up trade talks after Trump administration officials traveled to Beijing last week, according… READ MORE
‘Let him arrest me’: Trump ex-campaign aide Nunberg says he will refuse Mueller’s subpoena
Former Trump campaign aide Sam Nunberg vowed Monday to refuse a subpoena from Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s team to appear before a grand jury this… READ MORE
Hope Hicks to resign as White House Communications Director
White House Communications Director Hope Hicks, who has been at President Trump’s side since before the 2016 campaign, announced her resignation Wednesday.
The exit of… READ MORE
Iran could soon be spying on smartphones worldwide, report claims
Millions of smartphone users in the United States, and around the world, are vulnerable to being spied-on by the Iranian government, according to a new… READ MORE
Trump expresses support for arming teachers in ‘listening session’
President Trump expressed support for arming teachers Wednesday during an emotional meeting at the White House with teenagers who survived last week’s massacre at a… READ MORE
Colorado congressman, Columbine survivor, pushes to end gun-free zones in schools
Colorado House Minority Leader Patrick Neville, who was a Columbine High School sophomore at the time of the 1999 mass shooting, is pushing legislation that… READ MORE