It started with a T-shirt.
The rules governing the Internet have been have been fluctuating since the medium came into widespread use in the 1990s.
Protests, revolutions and movements have gained their momentum because of the Internet.
Net neutrality has become a hot topic of debate in recent years, but has remained on the fringes of the public consciousness.
While precincts across Northern Virginia had varied turnout, Alexandria’s Durant Arts Center became a hive of activity Tuesday as Virginia voters bustled in and out of the recreation center in the early hours of the day.
In March 2013, Hollie Ayers was shot in the legs and face by her estranged husband. She survived. Her 2-year-old son Michael, however, did not.
The U.S. Supreme Court justices grappled with the scope of protection that the Fifth Amendment offers to defendants who use the defense of mental incapacity in a hearing Wednesday.
Workers at D.C. nonprofits are facing their own personal furlough.
Federal employees, armed with cardboard signs and green T-shirts, lined the sidewalk in front of the Natural History Museum to raise public awareness of the furloughed employees Wednesday.
Street artist Rose Jaffe doesn’t just share the same name as the feminist icon “Rosie the Riveter,” she also shares the same women empowerment attitude.