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In historic vote, Senate confirms Jackson as first Black woman justice on Supreme Court

While President Joe Biden and Jackson watched the proceedings from the White House’s Roosevelt Room, Vice President Kamala Harris presided over the confirmation vote.

DC’s iconic Uptown Theater may be readying reboot, documents show

The theater appears on the verge of a comeback, according to documents filed with the city, although both the owner and the architect so far are tight-lipped about their plans. 

Maryland teaming up with Commanders on new stadium site

Maryland is working to keep the Washington Commanders to remain in-state and is offering to build FedEx Field’s replacement stadium on undeveloped land adjacent to the current location.

Here come Washington’s cherry blossoms!

It was snowing last Saturday. But now spring is finally arriving in the nation’s capital.

Hours after Zelenskyy asks Congress for more help, Biden sends additional weapons

While the additional aid will assist Ukraine in its fight, Biden has maintained that the implementation of a NATO no-fly zone – a concession Zelenskyy asked Congress for in his speech – is out of the question.

The war in Ukraine: Questions and answers

Russia’s unprovoked attack unified Europe and NATO and prompted unprecedented sanctions aimed at crippling the Russian economy and forcing Vladimir Putin to the negotiating table.

DC arborists prepare Washington for cherry blossoms

Washington – Arborists from the National Park Service work year-round to prepare the sakura trees for thousands of visitors during its peak bloom. But NPS officials are also trying to think of new ways to incorporate modern technology into the…

With Wentz in the wings, Commanders hope for turnaround. Again.

Wentz, who spent five years previously with the Philadelphia Eagles, makes a return to the NFC East looking to bring stability to the position and lead Washington back to the playoffs.

Maryland’s Cardin meets with Supreme Court nominee Jackson

“It’s an opportunity for us to get to know each other a bit better and we thank her for her willingness to serve her country in this critically important position,” Cardin said to reporters.

As cryptocurrency market grows, federal and state officials mull tighter controls

Lawmakers and industry experts say a lack of comprehensive regulations allows bad actors to transmit money without proper oversight.