WASHINGTON — Before House Speaker John Boehner resigned Friday, he laughed and walked away from a reporter who asked a day earlier if he was going to retire. Politico reporter Jake Sherman said he asked…
WASHINGTON — House Speaker John Boehner’s sudden resignation not only from the speakership but the House seat he’s held since 1991 is no surprise, Politico’s Glenn Thrush tells WTOP — and it makes the coming…
WASHINGTON — Justice Anthony Kennedy of the Supreme Court topped Politico’s list of the 50 most influential thinkers in American politics. The annual list ranks the most influential ideas in the last year and the…
Growing Ebola concerns have the world\’s chocolate suppliers banding together to combat the outbreak.
The historic drought in California is likely to affect sushi lovers, since prices of the specialty rice used in the popular Japanese dish are expected to rise.
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Washington Post is ending 80 years of being led by the Graham family with the departure of Publisher Katharine Weymouth. The newspaper said Tuesday that Weymouth, the granddaughter of longtime Washington…
The District\’s top cop has been named one of the most powerful women in Washington.
A former senator is working to help Americans fall back in love with the country — and he says Washington\’s leaders aren\’t helping in the process.
They\’re brushed off as being \”the 1 percent,\” but the most wealthy Americans are also the most charitable on the planet.
Remember a few weeks ago when the owners of the restaurant that
replaced The Guards in Georgetown put the bar\’s
sign up for auction?
Chipotle\’s video, \”The Scarecrow,\” may be a favorite among its nearly 7 million viewers, but there are a few groups taking issue with the emotional animation.
Don\’t be surprised if you see a house advertisement in Politico
soon seeking space for rent in the Rosslyn area.
Politico publisher Robert Allbritton says he may sell his media empire, Allbritton Communications, Politico reports.
This weekend, Washington\’s usual crowd of journalists, media personalities and political wonks will mix with a different crowd — the celebrities they cover.
Despite political buzz, it appears that former
GOP vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan is
shying away from a run for the White House in