Over a year later, 59 protesters are still charged with felonies related to rioting and property damage.
“It doesn’t matter, he’s dying anyway,” Kelly Sadler said during an internal meeting.
Alfred Keating was the most senior member of New Zealand's armed forces in the U.S. before his resignation last month.
“We must strike back against Washington's implementation of the Taiwan Travel Act,” the Global Times said.
Tom Mauser lost his son in the Columbine shooting. In a symbolic demonstration, he traveled to Washington, D.C., wearing his son’s old sneakers.
Ross Mechanic shared a photo on Instagram of himself kissing a brunette on Valentine's Day.
The 44th president secured a temporary officiant’s license from the District of Columbia and graced the marriage certificate with his signature.
“China has exercised restraint against U.S. provocations in the South China Sea, but there are limits,” Global Times wrote.
The flower was discovered alongside Civil War-era medals and documents. How exactly it ended up there remains a mystery.
“The idea that I had to wash pepper spray out of my son’s hat later that night, that was not the memory we went to Washington, D.C., for,” the boy's mother told Newsweek.
Trump and Kushner have toured at least one property in the Massachusetts Avenue Heights neighborhood where the Clintons own a home.
Ivanka Trump’s Twitter profile now reads: “Advisor to POTUS on job creation + economic empowerment, workforce development & entrepreneurship.”
"This is not easy. I understand why so many women don't come forward. I mean, I cried," she said.
The Archdiocese of Washington, D.C., is protesting the rejection of its Christmas ad campaign.
Some tell the manager at Alamo Flag in Washington, D.C.’s Union Station, “I don’t know why you’re selling that.” Others shake her hand.
Authorities have insisted the flyers, which told people to report "illegal aliens," are not real.
Washington, D.C. was built on a firm and dry riverbank—not a marshy swamp, as most assume.