The new details of the breach were first reported by the Washington Post on Monday on the eve of a hearing by the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee. They differ starkly from the Secret Service’s statement the day after the incident
Continue reading Fence-jumper ran through several rooms on main floor of White House
Washington has put airstrikes at the heart of its campaign, but the tactics used against al Qaeda won’t work now. Instead we must decimate the midlevel leadership ISIS relies on.
Continue reading We Can’t Beat ISIS With Airstrikes
The senator disappointed his fringe, libertarian followers with his support of airstrikes. Can he play the game in Washington and still keep their loyalty?
Continue reading Rand’s Fans Hate His ISIS Plan
Americans may not know much about the politicians they send to Washington, but they’re very aware that DC just isn’t working anymore.
Continue reading Wal-Mart Moms Think Rumsfeld’s in Charge
A candid chat with the outspoken comedian and host of HBO’s Real Time with Bill Maher about political correctness. On Sept. 12, a live version of Real Time will air on HBO from Washington D.C., followed by the live standup special Bill Maher: Live From D.C.
Continue reading Bill Maher On Islam and J. Law
Democrats gathered at the George Washington Bridge to recite talking points about Chris Chirstie’s scandal there. Maybe it was a bit of blessing that no one could hear ‘em.
Continue reading Dems’ Unspeakably Lame Bridgegate Stunt
Christine Lagarde is under fire from French judged in a scandal dating back to President Sarkozy. She denies any wrongdoing, and plans to soldier on in Washington.
Continue reading French Court to Lagarde: J’Accuse!
The former British prime minister and partner of George W. Bush says 70 years is enough time depending on Washington.
Continue reading Blair to Europe: Quit Begging the U.S.
Bad news for Kabul – and for Washington. According to Afghan Taliban sources, Pakistani Taliban have flooded into Afghanistan and joined the ranks of the jihad there.
Continue reading Kabul Airport Attack Just the Beginning
The lead plaintiff in the suit against the team talks about being harassed at NFL games, how she feels about the Washington Redskins owner, and more.
Continue reading The Woman Who Took on the Redskins
Power in Washington was dictated by seniority for generations. In recent election cycles, politicians are better off violating the law than staying in Congress too long.
Continue reading Chairman or Convict? Voters Are Clear
Marion Barry, the former four-time mayor of Washington D.C., notorious for being filmed smoking crack, is the archetypal survivor. Mishearing a question, he even constructs an argument for a “yogurt tax.”
Continue reading Marion Barry: ‘I Did It My Way’