The nation’s capital remains on edge three months after Donald Trump’s violent insurrectionists stormed the Capitol and killed another officer
For the first time in more than a decade, Republicans are waking up to a Washington where Democrats control the White House and Congress, adjusting
Joe Biden Wednesday delivered an incredible inauguration address that delivered decency, concern and a plan to unify a divided nation: All the things lacking in a disgraced fraud like Donald Trump.
Washington couldn’t turn the page quickly enough from Donald Trump to President Joe Biden. Trump’s voice faded from the capital he had animated and antagonized
With violent groups that support outgoing president Donald Trump threatening violence in the streets of State Capitals across the nation and in Washington, DC, thousands of National Guard troops are read.
Trump’s megalomania would never let himself accept defeat while his hate and anger brought him to want to burn down the place that now rejects him.
Washington, particularly Congress, hasn’t done big things for a long time, ground down by partisan infighting, polarizing extremes and an increasingly skeptical public.