The last of the candy corn is gone, your local coffee shop is starting to play holiday-themed music, and it’s finally starting to turn colder. All of this can only mean one thing… Thanksgiving season […]
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Slovak Republic, Miroslav Lajčák recently visited Washington, New York and Boston for meetings with the U.S. administration and the World Bank. He also spoke at […]
Two years ago, construction began on the Lincoln Memorial reflection pool. Obama put $34 million toward restoring this national landmark as part of the economic stimulus package. This endeavor turned out to be one of […]
Author David Wessel and his new book, “Red Ink,” were celebrated last night in a book party hosted by Qorvis Communications. Partner and National Director of Financial Communications, Stan Collender coordinated the event on behalf […]
New allegations have surfaced in regards to DC Mayor Vincent C. Gray’s 2010 campaign. Former campaign workers allege that Gray’s campaign kept a database with the identities of nearly 6,000 public housing residents it targeted in […]
Andy Wright stops by Focus Washington to discuss joining Polsinelli Shughart’s Washington D.C. office with Qorvis’ Chuck Conconi. Wright and Conconi also discuss emerging trends in energy policy.
The Washington Kastles followed up last year’s perfect season with a 22-18 win on the road against the Orange County Breakers on Monday in the first World Team Tennis match of 2012. The win was the 17th […]
The 46th annual Smithsonian Folklife Festival resumes today on the National Mall, with a full schedule of concerts, demonstrations, workshops, and food. In its long history the festival has featured performers, crafts people, and local […]
Washington Capitals general manager George McPhee announced today that former Caps captain Adam Oates will be the team’s new head coach. Oates will be making his head coaching debut in replacing Dale Hunter, who stepped down […]
D.C.’s sweet spring breeze has given way to the sticky and almost unbearable humidity of the summer. The summer heat seems to be almost contagious as Presidential campaigns (read smear tactics) are heating up into […]
The Bahrain Press Club (BPC) launched its first overseas liaison office on Tuesday at an event held at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C. The event welcomed members of the international media, think tanks, […]
Today is the official start of the two-day Call to Action for Child Survival conference hosted by the U.S., Ethiopian, and Indian governments. The conference is being held at Washington DC’s Georgetown University. Featured speakers include US […]
Are you feeling the tough economic times? But do you still like to have a good time? Well don’t worry, the solution is here. Washington.org recently released their list of 100 Free (and almost free) […]
This coming weekend is the finale of the 2012 D.C. Jazz Festival (June 1-10). The Jazz Festival is the premiere music festival in Washington, D.C. and features more than 100 performances from local, national and international […]
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zgySrpkPxEA&feature=youtu.be Dr. Patricia J. Harned, president of the Ethics Resource Center, stops by Focus Washington to discuss the National Business Ethics Survey and people’s perceptions of ethics in the workplace. For more information on […]
Susan Eisenhower, granddaughter of President Eisenhower, discusses the controversial design by Frank Gehry for the Eisenhower memorial, and her family’s opposition to the build.
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.
Wyeth Ruthven, senior director at Qorvis, stops by Focus Washington to discuss how Twitter trends provide insight into how the GOP candidates will fare in Iowa.
Dr. Ron Faucheux, President of Clarus Research Group and Washington pollster, talks to Chuck Conconi about the results of the Iowa caucus.
Wyeth Ruthven, Senior Director of Qorvis Communications, an awarding winning PR and communications management firm, sits down with host Chuck Conconi on the mounting role of Twitter in the upcoming presidential election campaigns.
Greg Wilkinson, President and CEO of the Canadian Plastics Industry Association, sits down with Rich Masters to discuss a groundbreaking new study from the Earth Institute at Columbia University that discusses the significance of plastics […]
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.
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 […]
Dr. Ron Faucheux, President of Clarus Research Group and Washington pollster, talks to Chuck Conconi about the impact of the GOP debates on the polls and discusses the relevance of the next GOP candidate have […]
I was lucky enough to sit down with Paul Starobin before he leaves Washington for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. As a contributor to the National Journal and contributing editor of the Atlantic Monthly, Paul has […]