Queen Elizabeth I, among other notables, showed up last Sunday to wish the greatest writer of English many happy returns.
The March for Science got scientists and others across the country out of the lab and into the streets to stand up for science. And we have photographic proof.
The Hulu original series, based on Atwood's 1985 novel of the same name, will premiere April 26.
The demonstrators in D.C. rallied outside the Capitol, then proceeded past the Trump International Hotel and the IRS building.
Under sunny skies, Saturday, April 8, was a doubly festive day in Washington, D.C.
In case you weren't among the 15,000 energized fans: Last Friday at the Verizon Center, the Valor defeated the Baltimore Brigade 51-38.
With countless colorful kites overhead, members of the DC AcroYoga community performed on the grounds of the Washington Monument.
The Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus, "Out of this World" show at Verizon Center was its last in D.C.
The 8th annual edition of the festival, on March 25, featured multiple performances by local arts partners on three stages.
Held yesterday, this year's parade, the 46th, boasted the participation of more than 100 organizations and community groups.
On March 8 in D.C., a midday march to the White House targeted the so-called "global gag rule" and a late-afternoon "Women Workers Rising" rally proceeded from the Department of Labor to John Marshall Park.
"Our defense disappeared" in the last eight minutes, said coach John Thompson III after the game.
The president delivered the address in a relatively subdued tone, in marked contrast to his CPAC speech four days earlier.
The theme of small government, popular with conservatives during the Obama administration, was largely replaced by Trumpism and nationalism.
Visitors to this major exhibition, on view through May 14, will have the opportunity to discover six of the artist's "Infinity Room."