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Monday Night Protests Were Widely Peaceful In Washington, DC

Protesters were widely peaceful Monday night in Washington, D.C. — a contrast to rioting and violence that occurred Saturday and Sunday, the Daily Caller News Foundation found. Police efforts to contain the protests were organized, and they employed similar tactics to deescalate the scenes behind Lafayette Square, where chaos and defacing of monuments had taken place on previous nights. Behind ...

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Rioters Vandalize WWII Memorial, DC Monuments

Several monuments on the National Mall were vandalized Saturday night during protests in Washington, D.C., that turned into riots. Activists set cars on fire and looted businesses in the nation’s capitol as rioters protested the death of George Floyd, a black man who died after a Minneapolis, Minnesota, police officer knelt on his neck for several minutes, video of the ...

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Washington, DC: The Latest To Be Put Under Stay-At-Home Order

The mayor of Washington, D.C., joining a growing number of leaders across the country, issued a stay-at-home order for the entire city amid the coronavirus pandemic. Mayor Muriel Bowser on Monday afternoon issued a stay-at-home order for the District of Columbia, reinforcing a previous direction for residents to only leave their home for essential activities. The order came the same ...

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‘ESSENTIAL TRAVEL ONLY’: DC Metro Announces Major Service Shutdowns

The Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority announced major service shutdowns Tuesday to address the ongoing coronavirus pandemic response. WMATA announced that taking into account “urgent” public guidance from regional leaders, “along with emergency orders to cancel events, close schools and offices, and limit social gatherings across the nation,” the metro service will be further reduced on both bus and rail. ...

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DC Priest With Coronavirus Gave Communion To More Than 500

A Washington, D.C., priest has been diagnosed with the coronavirus after attending church services attended by more than 500 people. All services at Christ Church, Georgetown have been suspended. “I can now confirm that I am the individual who tested positive for the Coronavirus,” Rev. Timothy Cole said in a March 8 statement. A priest in Washington, D.C. has been ...

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Report: U.S. Army Involved in Secret D.C. Operation that Began Last Year

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Those living in the Washington, D.C. area might actually have seen an increase in black helicopter activity recently as Army soldiers and helicopters have been involved in a secret operation in that area since late last year, according to a report from Bloomberg. The mission was revealed when the Army sent Congress a document that requested to move $2.5 billion ...

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Watch: July 4th ‘Salute to America’

Watch the full program in the nation’s capital as the 2019 “Salute to America” pays tribute to America and her military service members. Watch: Content created by Conservative Daily News and some content syndicated through CDN is available for re-publication without charge under the Creative Commons license. Visit our syndication page for details and requirements.

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What to Expect at the 2019 National Fourth of July Celebration

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WASHINGTON – This year’s annual Independence Day celebration on the National Mall, will feature music, flyovers, fireworks, and an address by President Donald J. Trump. Salute to America will honor each of the nation’s five service branches with music, military demonstrations, multiple flyovers including a flight demonstration by the Blue Angels, and much more.  One-of-a-kind music and air power experience Pensacola News Journal: ...

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Here’s How To Celebrate The Fourth Of July In DC This Year

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If you’re looking to celebrate July 4 this year in Washington, D.C., the Trump Administration has a full day planned out. U.S. Secretary of the Interior David Bernhardt announced details of the Independence Day celebration in a press release on Wednesday. The event will take place on the National Mall and President Donald Trump will speak and honor America’s armed ...

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Trump’s Fourth Of July Plans Include Air Force One Flyover: Report

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President Donald Trump’s Fourth of July celebration will include Air Force One flying the National Mall, according to sources aware of the plans. The Fourth of July celebratory events, dubbed “A Salute To America” by the president, are intended to replicate France’s Bastille Day celebration that Trump witnessed in 2017, sources told The Washington Post. The sources said that the ...

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Can We Pause the Border Wall and Concentrate on DC?

Has anyone noticed how stark the contrasts between patriotism, brains, and stupidity are now in politics? Movie stars, business owners, athletes, and others have great careers before them, but choose to destroy themselves and careers by entering politics and plummeting to the bottom of our societal system. Why – especially when their views are so extreme? Isn’t there a much ...

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US Census: Wealthiest Counties All Surround Washington, DC

According to new number released by the United States Census Bureau, the five counties with the highest median income are all suburbs of the the nation’s capital. The rankings are a result of a five-year study called the 2013-2017 American Community Survey and measured over 40 features, including housing, demographics, as well as health insurance rates and education levels. According to ...

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Watch: WalkAway March on Washington, DC #WalkAway 10-27-18

The #WalkAway Campaign, founded by former liberal Brandon Straka, is a true grassroots movement. It is a Facebook video campaign movement, dedicated to sharing the stories of people who can no longer accept the current ideology of liberalism and what the Democratic Party has become. Some of us left long ago, while many have recently been “red-pilled.” Some have wanted ...

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ICE arrests 132 criminal aliens in Virginia, D.C. operation

On Friday, officers with the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) Washington Field Office concluded Eagle’s Shield, an enforcement operation targeting notable threats to public safety throughout Virginia and Washington, D.C. that resulted in the arrests of 132 criminal aliens on criminal and civil violations. ICE’s Homeland Security Investigations, U.S. Customs and Border Protection, U.S. ...

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