Millennials interviewed on the streets of Washington, D. C. say they would rather date a convicted felon than a Trump supporter.
The municipal government in Washington, D. C.–which does not have a great track record in management, let alone education–thinks it does.
And not just at the undergraduate level.
The capital of the United States has the second-to-last financial literacy rating in the entire nation, according to a recent survey.
So does social justice pay the bills? Penn State students recently spent time in D.C. teaching high schoolers about social justice in a series of workshops.
Home-based education is a rising trend in D.C. education.
This isn’t a joke. The effort is to rename the University of the District of Columbia (UDC) after deceased former D.C. mayor Marion Barry.
The department chair for the university’s public administration and public policy, David Pitts, pleaded guilty to the charges. He also allegedly set small fires in the D.C. area.
National Review columnist Jim Geraghty’s latest book, “The Weed Agency: A Comic Tale of Federal Bureaucracy Without Limits,” is a satirical and comical fictional story about federal bureaucracy and how hopeless it can be. Starting…
Concerned Americans rallied together outside of the Mexican Embassy in Washington, DC today to protest the incarceration of U.S. citizen and Marine Sergeant Andrew Tahmooressi, 25. Protesters included representatives from Help Save Maryland, a grassroots…