World War II Memorial
"The First Amendment activities are content neutral on the First Amendment and on the National Mall," replied National Park
Government services were paralyzed. Slime is everywhere. The Capitol desperately needs cleansing from this avian invasion. Make their feathers fly.
We're now almost two weeks into the government shutdown, and there's been no shortage of outrage over the fact that Congress remains unable to figure out how to end it.
On Sunday, hordes of demonstrators converged on Washington, protesting the closure of memorials and national parks due to
"There's hardly anybody working down there. There's no towel service, we're doing our own laundry down there," he said. "And
District of Columbia police said the crowd was starting to disperse by 1 p.m. U.S. Park Police said there had been at least
"Tourists in Washington can't go to the Washington Monument. They cannot go to the museums. They're all shut down," Hudgins
From there, Segraves reports, "a crowd of onlookers got involved," and began loudly demanding that Neugebauer lay off the
But Sherman Gillums, associate executive director of veterans' benefits for Paralyzed Veterans of America, said that in the
Priebus held a press conference on Wednesday in front of the barricaded World War II Memorial, which has been closed to the
WASHINGTON -- Low-wage workers followed members of Congress to the World War II Memorial on Wednesday to protest a federal
Anyone Who's Been Adversely Affected By The Government Shutdown Needs To Go To The World War II Memorial, I Guess
The NIH Clinical Center will be forced to turn away "200 patients who otherwise would be admitted to the NIH Clinical Center
Just outside the memorial, a small group of protesters yelled at members of Congress to do their jobs and fund the government
With Congress unwilling or unable to pass a measure to fund the government, federal officials were forced to announce a shutdown on Tuesday, bringing with it a closure of national parks and memorials.
"We were anxious from yesterday on," Neff said. "It would be horrible to make the trip and not see it." An 86-year-old veteran
This could have proven a huge inconvenience for a group of World War II veterans who were set to visit the National Mall