World War II Memorial
There are moments in one's life that stand apart from the rest. There are magnificent highs and terrifying lows. But then there are those other moments when you know that something seemingly ordinary turns out to be, well, extraordinary.
One day after the 2013 shutdown began, the National Park Service announced an accommodation allowing veterans to visit the
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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.
“Our vets have proven that they have not been timid, so we will not be timid in calling out any who would use our military
A crowd converged on the World War II Memorial on the National Mall on Sunday, pushing through barriers to protest the memorial's closing under the government shutdown.
While some lawmakers were apparently not keen to be seen fundraising amid a shutdown that had left nearly a million federal
Police moved the protesters back to set up barricades between the crowd and the White House gate. An armored police vehicle
There is a "philosophical logic to it," he said. "Jefferson was a big limited-government guy!" Hudgins told HuffPost that