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After an two-week hiatus, the open air National Mall and the federally funded museums that line it were open for business Thursday morning, and things felt pretty much like they did before the Oct. 1 doomsday.
Families posed for awkward photos, groups of middle school students wearing the same school shirts huddled in front of museums, [...]
Robert Kay served in the Air Force during the Korean War, the Vietnam War, and through much of the Cold War. A resident of South Carolina, he came to the D.C. area this week for the first time in 40 years with his wife to visit the memorials honoring his friends who died in service. [...]
Museum of Natural History, May 1
HTJ, Exit Stage Left: Stealing $350,000 from the District's coffers nets you 38 months in federal prison. Or at least, that's what it netted former Ward 5 Councilmember Harry Thomas Jr. today, as a federal judge sentenced him to that plus another 36 months of probation for crimes he pleaded guilty to in January. The [...]