The “American Recovery and Reinvestment Act,” aka the “stimulus,” paid dividends for northern Virginia last week when the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) announced it had awarded $77.5 million in funding for Rail to Dulles.
Protecting the human rights of all people, no matter where they live, should continue to be a major component of U.S. foreign policy.
WASHINGTON — President Obama should stop trying to win over Republican lawmakers in Congress.
Falls Church is fortunate to have a very high ranking official serve as Grand Marshal of The City of Falls Church 27th Annual Memorial Day Parade and Festival presented by Cox, Monday, May 26, and he happens to be a city resident. The Secretary of the United States Army, […]
The House this week approved a resolution I offered to credit a lesser recognized group of people affected by the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan–the children of American service members.
Walking the pink carpet, Michelle Kwan looked radiant. It was a night that celebrated female athletes and none shone brighter than Kwan, the nine-time U.S. Women’s Figure Skating Champion, five-time World Champion and two-time Olympic medalist. On Oct. 15, at the Women’s Sports Foundation’s 28th Annual Salute to Women in […]
WASHINGTON — It’s getting lonelier at the top for President Bush as his key staffers head out the door.
An “arrival ceremony” will be held at Ft. Myer, Virginia, Thursday, Aug. 30 at 9 a.m. in honor of the Hon. Pete Geren, appointed the 20th U.S. Secretary of the Army. Geren, a former U.S. congressman from Texas for four terms, has been a resident of the City of Falls […]
Virginia Shepherd Pierce, a 63-year resident of the City of Falls Church, died at age 91 in the presence of loved ones at her home here last Friday.
WASHINGTON –The new White House press center has the look of a Hollywood movie set.