Signaling a meaningful change from President George W. Bush’s disastrous policies, the Obama administration last week endorsed a United Nations statement calling for the worldwide decriminalization of homosexuality.
WASHINGTON –If history repeats, the loser of this year’s presidential election will blame the news media.
WASHINGTON — Lenny and Squiggy were nowhere in sight.
WASHINGTON — It’s getting lonelier at the top for President Bush as his key staffers head out the door.
WASHINGTON –The new White House press center has the look of a Hollywood movie set.
After more than four years of reporting from one of the world’s most dangerous war zones, Larry Kaplow isn’t sure he wants to claim the distinction as the senior American journalist in Iraq.
WASHINGTON — Lady Bird Johnson knew the demands on a first lady long before she was catapulted into that role after the tragic assassination of John F. Kennedy.
Ann Cline, 87, a native of Falls Church and a longtime journalist at The Washington Star and one of the first women to work in its newsroom, died May 10 at the Collingswood Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Rockville, Md. She had congestive heart disease.
WASHINGTON — The passing of President Gerald Ford is a reminder that the Republican Party was once led by political moderates who have now been replaced by members of the radical right (read that “neocons”) and evangelicals.