Washington D.C.

  • Senate bill would have GSA and OMB draft plans for relocating agencies outside of D.C.

    In today’s Federal Newscast, a new bill would grant OMB, GSA the authority to draft plans for moving non-national security agencies to other areas.

  • Grandpa scam now includes nephews

    A popular phone scam potentially targeting affluent federal retirees makes a comeback in the D.C. region.

  • Bill would force lawmakers to stay in DC during future shutdowns

    Should another government shutdown occur, a bill introduced by an Arizona Democratic congressman would force Congress to stay in town until it’s over.

  • Judges grill lawyers in suit over Trump’s DC hotel

    A federal appeals court has heard arguments in a lawsuit that claims President Donald Trump is violating the Constitution by accepting profits from foreign and domestic officials through his hotel in Washington, D.C.

  • Rally round-up: Images and video from nationwide fed protests this week

    Federal workers and their unions are not finished voicing their thoughts on the partial government shutdown, which hit 28 days ago on Friday. Around the country employees rallied in protest this week, demanding an end to the impasse between Congress and the White House and the return of their paychecks.

  • 100 years later, national WWI memorial project makes progress

    The last US veteran of World War I died back in 2011. Now a group is one step closer to creating a national memorial for those fighters near the White House.

  • Perfect time to approach your lawmaker

    Many who have been comfortably stationed in Washington for decades are literally running for their political lives this year.

  • Washington’s elite: frequently in error, never in doubt …

    Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says you can tell who’s a member of Washingtons Power Elite by what they don’t say.

  • Washington D.C.: Land of the Brie, Home of the Knave

    People in Washington, D.C., aren’t always the friendliest, Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says. Is that because the headquarters of most federal agencies are here? Is it because Congress is here? Did each state and each congressional district conspire to send us the 535 people they definitely don’t want hanging around at home? (This column originally appeared July 8.)

  • Washington D.C.: Land of the Brie, Home of the Knave

    People in Washington, D.C., aren’t always the friendliest, Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says. Is that because the headquarters of most federal agencies are here? Is it because Congress is here? Did each state and each congressional district conspire to send us the 535 people they definitely don’t want hanging around at home?