US Muslims express shock at NZ massacre

Muslim worshippers attending Friday prayers in Washington, D. C. expressed shock and sorrow over the massacre at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand that has left at least 49 dead and dozens more injured. (March 15)

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Young Republicans Have Mixed Feelings About Cohen’s Testimony (HBO)

Michael Cohen’s three days of trashing President Trump on Capitol Hill happens to coincide with one of the largest pro-Trump events on the Washington calendar — the annual Conservative Political Action Conference, just across the Potomac from D.C. at the National Harbor in Maryland.

CPAC attendees were close to Washington, but the accusations of fraud, racism and deceit against Trump from Cohen were, for the most part, far from their minds.

When CPAC speakers did mention Cohen Thursday, it was to dismiss him as a liar and a buffoon. But they didn’t do it much, preferring to rally conservatives to the Trump cause under giant signs reading What Makes America Great in that Trump campaign font.

In the halls, though, it was clear that many attendees had watched Cohen’s televised testimony Wednesday and followed the news of his allegations. Mostly they towed the GOP party line on Cohen. But not everyone did.

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Young Republicans Have Mixed Feelings About Cohen’s Testimony (HBO)

Michael Cohen’s three days of trashing President Trump on Capitol Hill happens to coincide with one of the largest pro-Trump events on the Washington calendar — the annual Conservative Political Action Conference, just across the Potomac from D.C. at the National Harbor in Maryland.

CPAC attendees were close to Washington, but the accusations of fraud, racism and deceit against Trump from Cohen were, for the most part, far from their minds.

When CPAC speakers did mention Cohen Thursday, it was to dismiss him as a liar and a buffoon. But they didn’t do it much, preferring to rally conservatives to the Trump cause under giant signs reading What Makes America Great in that Trump campaign font.

In the halls, though, it was clear that many attendees had watched Cohen’s televised testimony Wednesday and followed the news of his allegations. Mostly they towed the GOP party line on Cohen. But not everyone did.

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Pence: Space Force ‘will be a reality’ very soon

(23 Oct 2018) Speaking at the National Space Council meeting in Washington, D.C. Tuesday, Vice President Mike Pence outlined the forward progress in the creation of the U.S. Space force as a new branch of the United States military. (Oct. 23)

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Today in History for October 22nd

(22 Oct 2018) Highlights of this day in history: A Cold War crisis over Cuba leads to brink of nuclear war; Shah of Iran allowed into U.S. for treatment; ‘Pretty Boy’ Floyd killed; Last victim slain in D.C. sniper shootings; Cellist Pablo Casals dies. (Oct. 22)

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Watch Two L.A. Paparazzi Hunt Down Top Trump Officials In D.C. (HBO)

In Los Angeles, celebrities are constantly pursued by camera-wielding photographers snapping photos and yelling questions. Things are a bit more tame in Washington, D.C. when it comes to the political celebrities who regularly walk the streets of the district.

High level Cabinet officials and politicians are mostly left alone when they are out in public. While the corridors of the U.S. Capitol can be a media gauntlet, outside of predetermined media availabilities high-powered officials can usually go about their business without worrying too much.

So VICE News decided to make things slightly more uncomfortable for the people who make some of the country’s most important decisions by taking the LA-based paparazzi and bringing them to Washington. The photographers found out that while you can find these people in D.C., it’s still hard to get them to answer any questions.

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How Charlottesville’s First Black Female Mayor Tried To Revive The City After Tragedy (HBO)

Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam and the city of Charlottesville have declared a state of emergency this weekend, in preparation for the year anniversary of the deadly 2017 Unite the Right rally.

The organizers were denied a permit and don’t plan to meet in Charlottesville again. Instead, they will be hosting a rally in D.C. But the city of Charlottesville is still preparing for the possibility of violence.

VICE News spent time with Mayor Nikuyah Walker, the city’s first black female elected to the position, and explores what it’s been like for the Charlottesville native to revive the city after a tragedy.

“My hope is that we do this work of transforming the current state of the city so well that people will come and ask us how we did that,” Walker told VICE News. ​”And that we may become a model for how true change happens in a country that has been struggling with truth for almost 400 years.” ​

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Raw: DC Celebrates as Capitals Win Stanley Cup

Fans packed D.C. streets after the Washington Capitals raised the Stanley Cup on Thursday night. It’s the team’s first National Hockey League championship in its 43-year history. The Caps defeated the Las Vegas Golden Knights 4-3 in Game 5. (June 8)

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Joshua Holt Freed, Expected to Arrive In D.C.

A Utah man newly freed from a Venezuelan jail has been seen boarding a private jet that’s expected to take him to Washington. Joshua Holt was wearing a bright orange backpack and was surrounded by supporters. (May 26)

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Joshua Holt Freed, Expected to Arrive In D.C.

A Utah man newly freed from a Venezuelan jail has been seen boarding a private jet that’s expected to take him to Washington. Joshua Holt was wearing a bright orange backpack and was surrounded by supporters. (May 26)

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