4 Things To Know: Millennials & Valentine's Day, 2017 Budget & MoreFrom the 2017 federal budget sent to Capitol Hill to Millennials spending more-than-average amounts of money on Valentine's Day, here are the four stories to know for Wednesday, Feb. 10.
Foodie's Guide To Washington, DCFood lover's guide to the best places for dining in the nation's capital.
Shopping Guide To Washington DCShopping guide to five of the best neighborhoods for shopping in Washington D.C.
Pope Francis Makes First-Ever U.S. VisitAmericans celebrated Tuesday afternoon as Pope Francis made his first-ever visit to the United States. He arrived at Andrews Air Force Base in Maryland and was greeted by the first family. He did not make any formal remarks, but smiled and waved at the crowd.
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Federal Employees In Minnesota Await Word On Work StatusThe standoff on Capitol Hill has more than 18,000 federal employees in Minnesota wondering about their work status if there's a partial shutdown at midnight.
Personal Care Givers Hope To Vote On UnionizingThousands of Minnesota's personal care attendants are asking state lawmakers to allow them to vote on a union.
Back To Budgets, Ryan Returns To Comfortable TopicPaul Ryan is getting his groove back. A month after the GOP's presidential ticket lost an election, the party's vice presidential nominee finds himself comfortably back in his political wheelhouse on Capitol Hill.
Democrats Control Minn. For First Time Since 1990One of the biggest election night, surprises came at the State Capitol where Minnesota Republicans lost their majorities in the House and Senate.
Bachmann Ranked Among 'Most Beautiful' On Capitol HillLately, Rep. Michele Bachmann has been immersed in controversy over comments she made about the Muslim brotherhood "infiltrating" the top levels of government.