Washington D.C.

104th Annual White House Correspondents’ Dinner

The annual dinner celebrating the First Amendment and marking the White House Correspondents Association’s 104th year took place at the Washington Hilton Hotel with all individuals in the political news community closely watching. This significant event originated in the year 1874 with a state dinner honoring David Kalakaua, the last …

The Women’s March On Washington

Under the title of Women’s March, people from all across the United States flocked into streets in protest against President Trump. This day instead of being remembered as a date which would increase awareness to Americans about the inadvisable role of the woman in the society instead what it did, …

I On Politics: Inaugurations

After a long, eventful and frequently controversial campaign Donald Trump won the 2016 presidential race on November 8th, securing his position as the 45th President of the United States. The Oval Office officially was passed to Trump and his administration at his inauguration ceremony on January 20th. Inauguration day has …

Obama Shines at his Final White House Correspondents’ Dinner

The 2016 White House Correspondents’ Dinner was a night to remember. Barack Obama’s swan song was filled with some of his best gags and jokes. Maybe after he leaves the White House, he’ll consider a comedy tour. The event also helped put a positive note on Obama’s relationship with the …

Exploring the Architecture of Power

Over the holidays I had the opportunity to visit Washington, DC as a tourist (something I rarely do, so it was a real treat). During my wanderings around the federal buildings and wonderful museums, I was struck with a sense of the incredible majesty of our nation’s capital.

Election 2016: Farewell to Yet Another Candidate

This week marks the departure of yet another contender for the Republican presidential nomination. Senator Lindsey Graham of South Carolina struggled from the very beginning to gain any traction, rarely polling better than one-percent and being perpetually relegated to the undercard debates.

Throwback Thursday: The Woman Who Transformed The White House – Jackie’s Second Life

Jackie Kennedy was the woman who transformed the White House. Her effortless grace, smart style, and abundant charm captured the affections of the American public and dignitaries around the world.

Hollywood & Washington: An Unlikely Combination at The White House Correspondents’ Dinner

The biggest week of the year in Washington D.C. culminated with a pinnacle event on Saturday, May 3rd as 2,600 festive politicians, celebrities, and other VIPs packed into the grand ballroom of the Washington Hilton for The 2014 White House Correspondents’ Dinner.