Eric P. Newcomer covers Washington, D.C., government for the Washington Examiner. He joined the staff in January 2013. He has interned for the Macon Telegraph, the Sun Sentinel, the Tampa Bay Times, and the New York Times. He graduated from Harvard in May 2012.
Remember that creepy feeling when you feel something land on the back of your neck?
About a decade ago, millions of cicadas swarmed the D.C. metro area -- terrifying some people, pestering others and soiling at least a few pairs of shoes as cicadas crunched underfoot, turning into a...
A District councilman wants to ban guns created on 3-D printers.
The proposal comes after a self-proclaimed anarchist posted a YouTube video showing himself firing a handgun created using a 3-D printer. The video has attracted national media attention.
On Tuesday, Ward 6 Councilman Tommy...
District food truck owners closed their windows in Farragut Square on Monday to protest new regulations they fear will cripple their business.
"This is a vision of the future," said Pascal Halabi, owner of a Mediterranean food truck called Kafta Mania. "If it's not broke, don't fix it."
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