Justices to decide whether to reimpose a lower court’s decision on the death penalty for the Boston Marathon bomber.
Parts of Louisiana not protected by post-Katrina infrastructure catch the brunt of Hurricane Ida, Army engineers tell the Senate.
The rally supporting the Jan. 6 rioters on Saturday, Sept. 18 is on the Capitol’s West Lawn, where the Jan. 6 riot took place. By Vanessa Montalbano Fencing around the U.S. Capitol is set to be reinstalled late this week in preparation for Saturday’s “Justice for J6” rally, organized in support of those who wereContinue reading “Capitol Hill residents brace for ‘Justice for J6’ rally this weekend”
The oral arguments in Google vs. Oracle center on whether Google violated copyright law involving computer code. By Vanessa Montalbano The U.S. Supreme Court heard oral arguments today in Google LLC V. Oracle America, Inc., pitting the two tech giants against each other as to whether Oracle can claim copyright protections for its Java SEContinue reading “Supreme Court hears tech case in decade-long battle over copyright”
Four officers described the emotional and physical assaults they endured from the Jan. 6 insurrectionists. By Vanessa Montalbano The House select committee charged with investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol heard from four police officers on July 27, who described the violence they faced from the mob that stormed the building. TheContinue reading “Four D.C. police officers provide powerful testimony about Jan. 6 riot ￼”
The District Department of Transportation plans to add 30 miles of bike lanes throughout the city over the next three years…reporters Shelby Fishman and Vanessa Montalbano say one of those bike lanes is under construction now…on 9th street.
The Biden administration announced Thursday the nationwide eviction moratorium would expire Saturday, leaving some tenants in fear of finding past due rent notices on their doors. The federal announcement comes a week after Washington D.C.’s Mayor Muriel Bowser ended a local ban on evictions. Joanna, 32, who lives in the Van Ness neighborhood, said sheContinue reading “After 11 months, renters face eviction once again”
The New York Times Company said it reached 8 million subscriptions in a press release announcing its earnings for the second quarter Wednesday. The company projects it will reach 8.5 million paid subscribers by the end of the year. Most of those subscriptions, according to the press release, are digital-only. Meredith Kopit Levien, the chiefContinue reading “Digital subscriptions to major media surge amid pandemic”
In New York City’s East Village, Mighty Quinn’s Barbeque, known for its smoked meats and burnt ends, had no choice but to adjust to contactless demands as a means to survive amid the pandemic. Micha Magid, co-founder and co-CEO of the restaurant, said it had built out a digital platform several years prior, foreseeing trendsContinue reading “Meeting Machines Halfway”