DC eagle pair lay season's first egg at National Arboretum

Feb 22, 2017

DC eagle pair lay season's first egg at National Arboretum

An eagle egg has landed at the National Arboretum. Media outlets report that eagle parents Mr. President and The First Lady welcomed the egg to their nest Sunday evening. The eagle couple raised two eaglets — known as Freedom and Liberty — last year. ...

Trump welcomes Abe with warm White House embrace

Feb 11, 2017

Trump welcomes Abe with warm White House embrace

President Donald Trump welcomed Prime Minister Shinzo Abe with a brotherly hug and warm words of admiration Friday, as he ditched previously hard-charging rhetoric toward Tokyo during a White House summit. Trump praised his guest’s “strong hands,” the pair’s “very, very good chemistry” and ...

Feb 1, 2017

Iranian general acknowledges missile test

Iran’s defense minister said Wednesday that his country recently carried out a missile test, days after the White House said it was looking into reports of an Iranian ballistic missile launch that may have contravened a U.N. resolution. Gen. Hossein Dehghan was quoted by ...

Iran's Rouhani to Trump: 'Not the time to build walls'

Jan 28, 2017

Iran's Rouhani to Trump: 'Not the time to build walls'

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani criticized his U.S. counterpart Donald Trump on Saturday, saying now was “not the time to build walls between nations.” “They have forgotten that the Berlin Wall collapsed many years ago. Even if there are walls between nations, they must be ...

Jan 11, 2017

Kremlin says it has no compromising dossier on Trump

The Kremlin said on Wednesday it was “total nonsense” that Russian officials had assembled a file of compromising information on U.S. President-elect Donald Trump. Two U.S. officials said on Tuesday evening that the heads of four U.S. intelligence agencies had last week presented Trump ...

No. 6 Huskies rout No. 23 Cougars in Apple Cup showdown

Nov 26, 2016

No. 6 Huskies rout No. 23 Cougars in Apple Cup showdown

Budda Baker was walking to the sideline in the fourth quarter when he was jostled from behind by someone in crimson, who then proceeded to chirp at Washington’s standout safety. Baker heard what was said, turned, and pointed at the closed end of Martin ...