Monday, August 15, 2022

Tag: DC

Newsbreak June 16, 2022

The Federal Reserve increases interest rates by 3/4 of a percent. Activists celebrate DACA's 10-year anniversary. Inmates at a Florida jail save...

Newsbreak June 9, 2022

Lawmakers in Washington, D.C. listens to survivors' testimonies from the Uvalde and Buffalo shootings. The congressional committee investigating the January 6th attack...

Job numbers top estimates but inflation concerns remain (includes video story)

According to The Labor Department, the U.S. economy created 390,000 jobs in May, exceeding the average forecast of 325,000.

Gas prices likely to stay sky-high through summer (includes video story)

As families nationwide head into the summer driving season, gas prices have hit records every day for the past week. The national...

SFMN special report: The war on Ukraine strikes home

As the Russian attack on Ukraine advances, it has hit the United States — and South Florida — on many fronts.

Miami’s Ketanji Brown Jackson becomes the first Black woman on the...

A bipartisan group of senators on Thursday voted to confirm Miami's Ketanji Brown Jackson to be the first black woman to serve...

Washington, D.C. becomes the Green Zone during inauguration

Some people may believe that moving from Miami to Washington, D.C. the weekend before Wednesday’s inauguration of the 46th president, Joe Biden, was ill-timed....

Abandoned church becomes a hub for creativity in D.C.

When many people think of Washington, D.C. the first thing that comes to mind is politics. While “arts and culture” are likely further down...

Students strike for climate action

Sparked by an international movement that began in Europe, hundreds of thousands young people in the United States and abroad walked out of school...