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In Divided Washington, Relief and Disappointment at Mueller’s Report

The stoic feelings of progressive Washington were similarly subdued in the city’s more conservative corners.
Tags: News, Washington, Starr, Trump, Conway, Cummings, Mueller, Barr, United States Politics and Government, Donald J, Zelikow, Kellyanne, Washington (DC, Special Prosecutors (Independent Counsel, Kenneth W, Elijah E


Tips for traveling with young kids

Being hesitant to travel with young kids is understandable. Maybe you’ve experienced a toddler screaming for the entirety of a coast-to-coast flight. Worse, maybe that was your toddler. But saying your kids are too young to travel is a slippery slope. When will you know when they’re old enough? The fact is, the sooner you start taking trips with your kids, the sooner they’ll adapt to journeying. And the sooner they — and you — will reap the benefits of that travel. Here’s why you should trave...
Tags: Travel, Europe, London, California, Berlin, San Francisco, Spain, Barcelona, Washington Dc, Portugal, Argentina, Patagonia, Airbnb, Ansel Adams, North America, Sagrada Familia


Wake and Bake - Try These Weed-Infused Spa Treatments For 4/20

With April 20 around the corner, it's time to get your plans in order. Instead of partaking in 4/20's established tradition, this year test out other forms of cannabis consumption. Today's beauty shelves are stocked with products that contain cannabidiol (CBD) oil, the non-psychoactive ingredient derived from hemp that helps manage anxiety. And now that 10 states and Washington DC have legalized recreational use of cannabis, it's clear that the stigma surrounding marijuana is starting to shift. ...
Tags: New York, Marijuana, Beauty, Washington Dc, Skin Care, Cbd, California Vermont, Beauty Trends, Spring Beauty, Colorado Spas


Daily Crunch: Samsung responds to Galaxy Fold concerns

The Daily Crunch is TechCrunch’s roundup of our biggest and most important stories. If you’d like to get this delivered to your inbox every day at around 9am Pacific, you can subscribe here. 1. Samsung responds to reviewer complaints about its Galaxy Fold phone Samsung has issued a statement about its new folding phone. Apparently a number of reviewers either mistakenly destroyed their phone screens or had the screens bork on them after a few days of use. In response, the company said it “will t...
Tags: Apple, TC, Twitter, Samsung, Tech, Washington Dc, Senate Judiciary Committee, Austin Texas, U S Capitol, Robert Mueller, Alex Wong Getty, Phantom Auto, Daily Crunch, Samsung Galaxy Fold, Material Recovery Lab in Austin Apple, Material Recovery Lab


Read the Mueller Report for Yourself, with No Biased Media Filter ~VIDEO

We will update this page as soon as we receive the newly released Mueller Report, estimated at two hours after the end of the below news conference. Washington, DC –  -(AmmoLand.com)- The highly anticipated Mueller report, which took two years to complete and provides an in-depth look at special counsel Mueller's investigation, that most Americans now agree was a Democrat/Hilary/Obama orchestrated and manufactured witch-hunt against now President Trump and so-called Russia collusion in the 20...
Tags: Guns, Russia, Washington Dc, Doj, Justice Department, Trump, Hilary Obama, Mueller, Barr, Robert Mueller, Gun Rights News, Ammoland TV, Rod Rosenstein, William Barr


Blond Girl with Bows

I got sick. Such bad timing because I had a million things on my list that I wanted to get finished before I leave for Washington DC next Monday. Instead I am moving at snail speed and hoping to get my voice back and stop coughing before I have to spend a week away from home. Sometimes life just happens, right? This little girl got finished and photographed. Twice actually… I mean I thought I was finished, took photos and then decided I was not happy. I worked on her face, gave her new hair, and...
Tags: Crafts, Facebook, Washington Dc, Girl, Doll, Finished Projects


NASA's administrator lavishly praised an influential Evangelical ministry during its $10,000-a-table fundraiser. Some experts say his speech violated the Constitution.

NASA administrator Jim Bridenstine gave a speech in February at a Christian ministry's fundraising dinner, which advertised $10,000-a-table sponsorships. NASA said Bridenstine was approved to attend the event in his official capacity. Bridenstine expressed his support for the ministry and its mission, saying he likes the idea of "institutional" but not "influential" separation of church and state. Some government-ethics experts said Bridenstine's speech ran afoul of the First Amendment of the ...
Tags: Spacex, Congress, Washington, White House, Virginia, US, America, Trends, Nasa, Earth, Washington Dc, House, House Of Representatives, Christian, Donald Trump, Boeing


A Young Chef, and a Stunning Comeback

Kwame Onwuachi vaulted from troubled youth to overnight success to failure with a fancy restaurant in Washington, D.C. Now he’s drawing attention with a new book and approach.
Tags: News, Washington, Restaurants, Chefs, Blacks, Kwame, Books and Literature, Washington (DC, Kwame Onwuachi, Onwuachi, Notes From a Young Black Chef" (Book, Kith and Kin (Washington DC restaurant, Philly Wing Fry


US Government Admits It Doesn't Know If Assange Cracked Password For Manning

An anonymous reader quotes a report from Motherboard: The U.S. government does not have any evidence that WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange succeeded in cracking a password for whistleblower Chelsea Manning, according to a newly unsealed affidavit written by an FBI agent. Last week, Assange was escorted out of the Ecuadorian embassy in London, and arrested for breaching bail in connection to allegations of sexual misconduct in Sweden. The day of Assange's arrest, the U.S. government unsealed an i...
Tags: London, Sweden, US, Tech, Fbi, Washington Dc, Motherboard, Julian Assange, Department Of Justice, Wikileaks, Chelsea Manning, Assange, Manning, Megan Brown, Mark Zaid, Manning Bradley


Eliot Spitzer, Your Dark Side and Being Calm

I had a very disturbing experience several months ago and I am almost reluctant to talk about it because it was so disturbing. I am hesitant because I recognize that your natural response might be to assume I am a little aberrated for being in the situation in the first place; however, I am human and must admit that at times I do find myself in situations that are a bit odd. This was one of the stranger situations I have encountered, and it really threw me into a tailspin. For several years a fr...
Tags: New York, Featured, Careers, United States, Washington Dc, New York Times, Job Search, God, New York Stock Exchange, Career Advice, Legal Profession, New Job, Legal Jobs, Eliot Spitzer, Spitzer, Getting Ahead


My testimony to the National Commission on Military Service

I've been invited to testify as part of a panel of expert witnesses at a hearing on the the military draft and the Selective Service System, including whether draft registration should be ended entirely or extended to women as well as men, on Thursday morning, 25 April 2019, before the National Commission on Military, National, and Public Service in Washington, DC. These hearings are the most important public discussion of the issue of military conscription in the USA in more than 30 years....
Tags: Travel, Florida, Usa, Boston, San Francisco, Washington Dc, Commission, Edward, Nashua, Denver CO, Gallaudet University, Gallaudet, Robert Mueller, Selective Service, National Commission on Military Service, Peikoff Alumni House


Lesser-known UNESCO sites in the US

Of the 1,092 UNESCO World Heritage sites in the world, there are 23 in the United States. The big ones — the Statue of Liberty, Grand Canyon National Park, and Independence Hall — draw millions of visitors every year. While these places certainly deserve all the hype they get, they’re not the only UNESCO sites worthy of your travel plans. In honor of World Heritage Day on April 15, we’re highlighting some of the lesser-known UNESCO sites in the United States. From the deserts of New Mexico to...
Tags: Travel, Texas, Montana, Mexico, US, Spain, Rome, Unesco, United States, Hawaii, Washington Dc, Catholic, New Mexico, University Of Virginia, Illinois, St Louis


The biggest 4/20 parties in the US

April 20 is the unofficial-official cannabis consumer holiday. Even people who don’t partake know that 4/20 is a reference to marijuana, as seen by weed-friendly areas and hotels advertising as “4/20-friendly.” It’s a celebration, however, that’s usually enjoyed with a couple of friends or small group at home or in a semi-private section of a public park far, far away from children. Except, however, in a couple of notable cases. Ten states and Washington, DC, allow recreational cannabis, but ...
Tags: Travel, Colorado, Weed, California, Washington, Marijuana, US, San Francisco, Cannabis, Washington Dc, Amsterdam, Denver, All, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco California, Sacramento California


INTRODUCING: The 10 people transforming how the world gets around

Business Insider named 10 transportation leaders to its list of 100 people transforming business. They include the CEO of a self-driving car startup, a prolific airline entrepreneur, and the logistics boss of the biggest retailer in the world.  See the full list of the 100 people transforming business here.  From self-driving and electric cars to scooters and low-cost air travel, the transportation space is in the midst of a massive upheaval. We've identified 10 people in the industry reth...
Tags: US, Trends, General Motors, Senegal, Intel, Washington Dc, Mary Barra, Gm, Evans, Detroit Auto Show, Chevy Bolt, Pam Fletcher, Fletcher, Barra, Holt, Rachel Holt


Trump can still be impeached despite Mueller report summary, former FBI official says

A former top FBI official has said special prosecutor Robert Mueller’s report could offer enough evidence to allow Congress to launch impeachment proceedings against Donald Trump.Attorney General William Barr – who hopes to release Mr Mueller’s nearly 400-page report this week – said last month the special counsel investigation “did not establish” that members of the Trump campaign conspired or coordinated with the Russian government.Yet Frank Montoya, a former senior agency official with experi...
Tags: News, Congress, Fbi, Washington Dc, Moscow, Donald Trump, Trump, Reuters, House Judiciary Committee, Mueller, Montoya, Barr, Jerrold Nadler, Papadopoulos, Robert Mueller, Andrew Weissmann


Citi Bike Pulls New Electric Bikes Off Streets, Citing Safety Concerns

The pedal-assist bikes operated by Lyft-owned companies in New York City, San Francisco and Washington were removed based on concerns over the brakes.
Tags: Lyft, News, Washington, New York City, Falls, Citi Bike, Brakes, New York City San Francisco, Bicycles and Bicycling, Washington (DC, San Francisco (Calif, Traffic Accidents and Safety, Citi Bike Pulls New Electric


UK sounds alarm over rising debt levels in poorest countries

International development secretary calls for creditors such as China to be transparentBritain’s international development secretary, Penny Mordaunt, has sounded the alarm over rising debt levels in the poorest countries amid fears heavy repayments will jeopardise the fight against global poverty.Mordaunt, speaking at the spring meeting of the World Bank in Washington DC, urged China and private lenders to be fully transparent about their lending to developing countries. Continue reading...
Tags: Business, Politics, UK, China, International Trade, Economics, UK News, World news, Asia Pacific, Washington Dc, Global Economy, Global development, World Bank, Penny Mordaunt, Mordaunt


Trump reportedly promised to pardon CBP head if he violated immigration law – live

President told Kevin McAleenan he would pardon him if he were jailed for illegally blocking asylum seekers from entering the US, CNN reportsAssange’s charges are a direct assault on press freedom, experts warn Sign up for the US briefing and get a new perspective 9.36pm BST Stephen Moore, Donald Trump’s pick for the federal reserve board, has a history of self-described “radical” views, according to speeches and radio interviews reviewed by CNN. “I’m not even a big believer in democracy,” he...
Tags: US, Barack Obama, US news, Cnn, US politics, Maine, Washington Dc, Susan Rice, Associated Press, CBP, US immigration, Susan Collins, Collins, Rice, Trump, Trump Administration


Lobbyist Gets Probation for Failing to Disclose Work for Pro-Russia Forces in Ukraine

Samuel Patten had pleaded guilty in a case that grew out of the Mueller investigation. He helped a Ukrainian billionaire illegally buy tickets to President Trump’s inauguration.
Tags: News, Russia, Ukraine, Justice Department, Patten, Trump, Samuel, Mueller, Lobbying and Lobbyists, Kilimnik, Washington (DC, Robert S III, Konstantin V, Samuel Patten


Get Cozy: Walls Are Closing in on Today’s Renters

Renters could have afforded a unit 225 square feet larger for the same monthly rent just five years ago – about the size of two more bedrooms Seattle, WA – April 11, 2019 (PRNewswire) It’s not just your imagination; renters are getting less bang for their buck these days. U.S. renters have to squeeze into homes 15 percent smaller than they would have five years ago to keep their monthly payment the same, according to a  . That’s 225 square feet less space – equivalent to losing a 1...
Tags: Boston, San Francisco, Indianapolis, Chicago, Radio, United States, Washington Dc, Portland, Salt Lake City, Las Vegas, Houston, Kansas City, Zillow, Baltimore, Denver, San Antonio


The young Republicans breaking with their party over climate change

Millennial Trump supporters are starting to bring scientific reality to their party, but how far are they willing to go? A supporter checks his phone at a rally for Republican Mike Braun in Indiana. Photograph: Jim Young/Getty Images Donald Trump’s indifference, punctuated by bursts of mocking disdain, towards climate change has been indulged and even cheered by his supporters. The president has called climate science “bullshit”, donned a coal miner’s helmet at rallies and defenestrated fede...
Tags: Science, US, Indiana, Gop, Washington Dc, House, Un, Philadelphia, Republican, Smith, Donald Trump, ACC, Mike Lee, Pew Research Center, Temple, Trump


SCI President Babaz Responds To Anti-Hunting, Anti-Science Bill Intro’d by House Dems

Rep. Raul Grijalva (D-AZ) Washington, DC – -(AmmoLand.com)- Safari Club International President Paul Babaz today issued a statement that points out the lunacy of a bill that has been introduced into the U.S. House of Representatives that, if passed into law, would harm the very wildlife it purports to want to help – all in the name of vilifying hunters and hunting. President Babaz' statement notes: “As expected, Rep. Raul Grijalva (D-AZ) has reintroduced an unserious wildlife bill designed to...
Tags: Guns, Washington, Africa, United States, Washington Dc, House, House Of Representatives, SCI, Hunting News, Safari Club International, SCI Foundation, Raúl Grijalva, Anti-Hunting, Grijalva, Safari Club International First For Hunters, Paul Babaz


Global warming could create 'greater migratory pressure from Africa'

David Attenborough uses IMF speech to warn of human consequences of inaction on climate changeEurope can expect even greater migratory pressure from Africa unless action is taken to prevent global warming, Sir David Attenborough has said in a strongly worded warning to policymakers that time is running out to save the natural world from extinction.Speaking at the spring meeting of the International Monetary Fund in Washington DC, the broadcaster and environmentalist said that on current trends p...
Tags: Business, Climate Change, Africa, Environment, Economics, World news, Migration, Washington Dc, International Monetary Fund, David Attenborough, Imf, International Monetary Fund (IMF


Julian Assange: US justice department says he faces five years in jail – live updates

Assange arrested following the withdrawal of asylum by the Ecuadorian governmentKey dates in the WikiLeaks founder’s case The Guardian view on Assange: it would be wrong to extradite himFull story: Assange arrested after taking refuge for seven years 2.37pm BST The indictment against Assange has now been unsealed by federal prosecutors in the Eastern District of Virginia, in Alexandria, just across the river from Washington DC.It alleges Assange was involved in a computer hacking conspiracy...
Tags: UK, Media, Americas, US, UK News, World news, Washington Dc, Westminster, Julian Assange, Wikileaks, Ecuador, Chelsea Manning, Alexandria, Jennifer Robinson, Assange, Manning


New items in Michigan State's Comic Art Collection

Every month, librarian Randy Scott lists new material that he's catalogued for MSU's Comic Art Collection.For February-March 2019, a 2013 set of US government comic books I've never seen showed up, followed by Joe Sutliff's work on mosquito control in Fairfax County. The Choice. -- Washington, DC : U.S. Department of the Interior, Office of the Special Trustee for American Indians, 2013? -- 12 p. : col. ill. ; 27 cm. -- (Empowerment $aga ; volume 1, issue 6) -- "Red R...
Tags: Comics, Washington, US, Washington Dc, Michigan, North America, Jay, MSU, Fairfax, Fairfax County, Mike Rhode, Randy Scott, Joe Sutliff, Fairfax County The Choice Washington, Red Rose Elk Sioux Assiniboine, Matthew Barkhausen


Manafort Crony Greg Craig Isn’t Going Down Without a Fight

Mark Wilson/GettyFormer White House counsel Greg Craig is bracing for an indictment on lobbying charges soon in connection with a case referred by former Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s office. In statements to the Wall Street Journal and the Washington Post, Craig’s lawyers said they expect federal prosecutors in Washington, DC to charge their client with making false statements related to his work on a report commissioned by former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort. In anticipation of the...
Tags: New York, News, White House, Ukraine, Washington Dc, New York Times, Department Of Justice, Times, Wall Street Journal, Justice Department, Journal, Craig, Kiev, Trump, Viktor Yanukovych, Skadden


Nancy Pelosi claims William Barr has 'gone off the rails' after attorney general claims US intelligence spied on Trump campaign

Nancy Pelosi has claimed William Barr has gone “off the rails”, after the attorney general alleged on Capitol Hill that US intelligence spied on members of Donald Trump’s presidential campaign.In a further broadside amid efforts by Democrats to press Mr Barr to release a full copy of Robert Mueller’s investigation into Russia’s alleged interference in election and possible collusion with Mr Trump, the speaker the House of Representatives, said Mr Barr’s behaviour was dismaying and disappointing....
Tags: News, Virginia, Russia, US, Washington Dc, House, House Of Representatives, Capitol Hill, Nancy Pelosi, Donald Trump, Trump, United States of America, Pelosi, Barr, Robert Mueller, Mr Trump




The first-ever picture of a black hole is fuzzy. These incredible illustrations help explain what it shows.

Scientists on Wednesday published the first picture of a black hole, which was put together using the Event Horizon Telescope. The radio-wave photo shows a supermassive black hole, its event horizon, and accretion disk at the center of galaxy Messier 87. Researchers expected the image to look "fuzzy" but say it's nonetheless awesome and unprecedented. Computer models help explain why the image looks the way it does, and why it's so exciting. Visit BusinessInsider.com for more stories. Nearly ...
Tags: Trends, Nasa, Washington Dc, Brussels, Pluto, Business Insider, Georgia State University, Bentz, Messier, Astrophysical Journal, Event Horizon Telescope EHT, Radboud University Nijmegen, Eht, Heino Falcke, Falcke


Virginia is for Lovers…and Amazon HQ2: How DC Metro Communities and Commuters are Preparing

In September 2017, major metropolitan areas began their battle to win Amazon’s bid as the next headquarters (HQ2) location. The Seattle-based online retailer that shaped the way people shop presented an opportunity for cities to rebrand themselves, and 238 US and Canadian cities , from Boston to Anchorage, responded with bids of all shapes and sizes. Applicants got creative, pulling stunts like sending a 21-foot cactus gift to the Seattle Amazon headquarters (Tucson, Arizona) and renaming th...
Tags: Amazon, Transportation, Smart City, Budget, Housing, Washington, Boston, Virginia, New York City, US, Traffic, Infrastructure, Washington Dc, Autos, Prince William, Commuting