By Chuck Conconi There are rare times in the theatre when a play that has been around for centuries will surprise you with a brilliant, well conceived and acted production, unexpected because it is so […]
By Mary Morgan As the official inauguration ceremony and parade came to an end last night, Washingtonians refused to stop the celebration. Dressed in black tie attire, D.C. celebrated the second inauguration of Barack Obama […]
By Mary Morgan Former Financial Times and Washington Times correspondent Nicholas Kralev covered the State Department for a decade. He traveled with four secretaries of state, and his experience has granted him a superb knowledge […]
By Mary Morgan Superstorm Sandy slammed into the Atlantic coast this week, and left behind a stream of unparalleled northeastern wreckage. Sandy wreaked havoc in DC, Philly, New Jersey, New York City and Boston, and […]
The budget deficit situation has never been this bad. The numbers have never been this large. Politicians are unwilling to compromise.
Bill Press, an astute observer of the American political scene, discusses the 2012 election with Focus Washington host and chairman at Qorvis, Chuck Conconi. The 2012 election comes down to a choice between somebody who […]
A new system implement by D.C. mayor Vincent C. Gray, which allows residents of the district to grade their cities government agencies has found that city services are still just average but have improved over the past month. The […]
Bob Cusack, editor of “The Hill” stops by Focus Washington to sit down with Qorvis’ Chuck Conconi to discuss the fundraising efforts of both Mitt Romney and President Obama, and Cusack weighs in on the […]
Pollster Ron Faucheux, president of Clarus Research Group, stops by Focus Washington to discuss Romney’s win in Michigan, the outlook for Super Tuesday, and the battle for House and Senate seats.
Sue Sheridan, president and chief counsel of the Coalition for Fair Transmission Policy, sits down with host Chuck Conconi to discuss electric transmission policy and FERC Order 1000.
Dr. Ron Faucheux, President of Clarus Research Group and Washington pollster, talks to Chuck Conconi about the results of the Iowa caucus.
Drew Chafetz, founder and CEO of Love.Futbol, stopped by Focus Washington to discuss the group’s accomplishments and future plans with host Chuck Conconi.
Dr. Ron Faucheux, President of Clarus Research Group and Washington pollster, talks to Chuck Conconi about a new poll that shows Herman Cain as the strongest leader in the GOP race.
Bob Cusack, managing editor of The Hill, a congressional newspaper that publishes daily when Congress is in session, with a special focus on business, lobbying and political campaigns, stops by Focus Washington to discuss the […]
Thriller author Chet Nagle stops by Focus Washington to discuss his new book The Woolsorter’s Plague, which gives a fictional account of two terrorists that make an attack on the U.S. that was planned by […]
Anne Forristall Luke, vice president of government affairs for the Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM) talks to Chuck Conconi about the obstacles facing the American Jobs Act and the difference infrastructure investments can make towards […]
Chuck Conconi discusses the past and future of the Washington Post with the National Editor of the Washingtonian Magazine, Harry Jaffe. Jaffe discusses that while the Washington Post is a great newspaper, it does not […]
Laurel Ruma, Gov 2.0 evangelist for O’Reilly Media and co-chair of Gov 2.0 Expo, gives a sneak preview of sessions coming up at Gov 2.0 Expo, including City of Los Angeles, the first cloud computing deployment in the local government level. For more information about Gov 2.0 Expo, visit http://www.gov2expo.com. […]