Tag: D.C.

Women’s March pull large crowds on 2nd day
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Women’s March pull large crowds on 2nd day

A large number of demonstrators accumulated in urban communities over the United States on Sunday for a moment day of Women’s Marches, calling for balance and regard while asking supporters to make their voices heard by voting in the current year’s midterm races. Sunday’s walks were held one year from […]

Why Some Historical Tree Cut in White House
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Why Some Historical Tree Cut in White House

The south veneer of the White House will experience an emotional change this week: the notable Jackson Magnolia, a tree that has been set up since the 1800s, is planned to be chopped down and expelled. The gigantic magnolia, one of three on the west side of the White House […]

Off Duty Police Officer Shot and Dead in Baltimore
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Off Duty Police Officer Shot and Dead in Baltimore

An off-duty D.C. police officer was killed and a lady was harmed amid an early morning shooting in Baltimore. Officers discovered Tony Mason, a sergeant with the Metropolitan Police Department in Washington, D.C., around 12:45 a.m. Saturday experiencing “shot injuries to his body,” as indicated by a public statement from […]

American Anti-Racist Presentation, American University Detected Federal Flag Signals
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American Anti-Racist Presentation, American University Detected Federal Flag Signals

Unimportant hours after a teacher divulged on Tuesday his arrangement for American University’s anticipated new Antiracist Research and Policy Center, somebody hung 10 Confederate banner signs with cotton stalks stapled to them around grounds. The signs incorporated the expression “Huzzah for Dixie.” The inside, which was made in light of […]