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Democrats Move to Reorganize and Restructure House as New Majority

By: Emilie Vigliotta  SILVER SPRING, Md.—  The United States House Committee on Rules has been the center of debate in the...

Government shutdown leads to disappointed international tourists

By: Lilia Wong SILVER SPRING, Md.— D.C. monuments were unusually quiet during the first weekend of the year due to a...

Democrats move to protect the Mueller Investigation with letter to Trump

SILVER SPRING, Md.-- After the resignation of Attorney General Jeff Sessions earlier this month, House Judiciary Committee Democrats have already begun their attempts to...

Takoma Park CO-OP and Union negotiations scheduled for July

TAKOMA PARK, Md.-- Negotiations between the local Takoma Park Silver Spring CO-OP and the DC Industrial Workers of the World Union regarding a new...

“Beagle Bill” passes unanimously in Maryland General Assembly

SILVER SPRING, Md.-- There is still hope for dogs and cats in Maryland, and the “Beagle Bill” might be their savior. The “Beagle Bill”, officially...

MD Senators Van Hollen and Cardin vote against confirmation of Gina...

WASHINGTON-- Both Maryland’s senators Chris Van Hollen and Ben Cardin voted against the nomination of the newly confirmed CIA Director Gina Haspel on Thursday,...

Shruti Bhatnagar gears up to be first Asian-American woman on MoCo...

BY: Hemakshi Gordy and Bianca Hernandez SILVER SPRING, Md.-- Shruti Bhatnagar is aiming to become the first Indian-American woman and the first Asian-American woman to...

Takoma Junction Business proprietors send letter to Mayor Stewart, City Council,...

TAKOMA PARK, Md.--Several Takoma Junction business proprietors signed a letter urging the Takoma Park City Council and Mayor Kate Stewart against the proposed Takoma...

The Motivations of MoCo’s Republican and Third Party Candidates for County...

By Uma Gupta and Mariko Yatsuhashi SILVER SPRING, Md. -- With primaries approaching in June, the race for the four at-large County Council seats open...

Candidate for Congress calls President Trump’s border wall idea “retarded”

SILVER SPRING, Md.-- Congressional candidate Jasen Wunder caused a small controversy when he said “I think that’s retarded” in reference to President Trump's border...

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