Washington D.C.

  • 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?

  • Causey recalls when the Beatles made history

    On February 11, 1964 the Beatles performed their first American concert in Washington, D.C. Senior Correspondent Mike Causey was there and shares some memories with us.

  • D.C. Office of Chief Technology Officer goes ROWE

    The DC Office of Chief Technology Officer starts a Results-Only Work Environment, GovLoop and American Progress report.

  • D.C. is IT job-rich area

    Learn more from a recent report done by TheLadders

  • Kundra Could be E-Gov Administrator 2

    FederalNewsRadio has learned that Vivek Kundra – the chief technology officer for the Washington, DC government — will be the OMB administrator for e-government and information technology. What challenges does he face… and who is…