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Hobbs’ Troubles Increase Due To Controversial DCS Contract

Arizona Governor Katie Hobbs’ difficulties may be increasing as a result of a recent media report about alleged selective treatment with taxpayer dollars for a state-based organization. Hours after The Arizona Republic broke the story about the Arizona Department of Child Safety “approv[ing] what amounts to a nearly 60% increase in the rate that Sunshine […]

Congress should stop aviation regulators from holding back DC’s closest airport

Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport, known by its airport code DCA, is the closest airport to downtown Washington, DC and Arlington, Virginia, just minutes by train or car. Convenient for business travelers, tourists, and anyone traveling to and from the metropolitan area. Needless to say, DCA is a vital part of the local economy, and […]

Two planes nearly collide at DC’s Reagan National Airport

A near collision between two aircraft was avoided earlier Thursday at Washington, D.C.’s Reagan National Airport.  JetBlue and Southwest Airlines airplanes avoided each other by only 400 feet. Air traffic control recordings show controllers yelling at the JetBlue flight to stop its takeoff as the Southwest flight began taxiing on the runway.  “An air traffic […]

Congress needs to step in and protect DC’s successful education reforms

It is widely understood that when education develops, so does the nation. Never has that been more true than today in our nation’s Capitol. Transforming the school system The city’s overall trend of failure was reversed. Hundreds of families left the traditional public school system, which they viewed as woefully inadequate and inefficient, and joined […]

Remote work can reshape DC’s urban core for the better

Recent members of the House of Representatives passed it The bill would require federal agencies to report office space usage and abandon office space that is less than 60 percent occupied. While it seems perfectly logical to force the federal government to abandon unused space, this bill actually represents the latest salvo in the telework […]

DC’s cherry blossoms hit their second-earliest peak bloom on record

Washington, D.C.’s famous cherry blossoms tied the record for the second-earliest bloom on Sunday. “Peak bloom! Peak bloom! Peak bloom! Did I say peak bloom?! The cherry blossoms are blooming and making for a spectacular spring sight. See you soon,” said the National Park Service (NPS) on the National Mall. I wrote to Xthe platform […]

DC’s first homicide of 2024 reported just an hour after midnight

Washington DC recorded its first murder of the new year just an hour after midnight on New Year's Day. Police responded to a call in the 4300 block of Military Road around 1:18 a.m. Monday and found a woman who had been shot inside a hotel room. The victim, identified by police as 18-year-old Ashley […]