There has been an increase in crime across D.C. and District leaders have been trying to crack down for years, but what's working and what's not? Robert McCartney, a former senior reporter for the Washington Post and the host of “Think Regionally” podcast, is On The Hill to discuss the growing crime crisis in D.C.
At a time when young teens are the lead suspects in rampant carjackings and gun violence, the all-boys, tuition-free school of Washington Jesuit Academy is working to nurture and grow the minds of young boys in underserved areas in the DMV. Mom Michelle Roberts, who is raising six kids ranging in age from 23 to 7, her 10-year-old son Roman Roberts and the President of WJA Marcus Washington all join On The Hill to discuss the impact the school is having for many young men.
Less than a year after taking office, Rep. George Santos, R-N.Y., has been expelled from the House over allegations of fraud, conspiracy and ethical violations. Reuters White House correspondent Jeff Mason and USA Today White House correspondent Joey Garrison join On The Hill to discuss the decision and what’s next for the GOP in the House as their majority gets slimmer.
As the tenuous deal between Israel and Hamas is held and hostages are released, many question what will come after the ceasefire ends. Retired Navy captain, former Pentagon official and current Senior Fellow at The Heritage Foundation Brent Sadler gives his perspective on the hostage deal between Israel and what’s next.
There's a new poll out that finds that two-thirds of Americans are concerned about disinformation when it comes to elections. Data also shows that Americans trust friends and family most for information on politics, with news media coming in third. Doug Pinkham with the Public Affairs Council joins On The Hill to discuss this poll on Americans’ perspectives on elections.
On Capitol Hill, lawmakers are wrestling with continuing U.S. aid to Israel as well as aid to Ukraine. These are just a few of the key issues Democrats and Republicans have to tackle. Bloomberg politics editor Laura Davison joins On The Hill to discuss what's happening in Congress.
John Teichert, a retired Brigadier General now running for a seat in the Maryland State Senate, joins On The Hill to discuss his platform and what he would like to accomplish if elected.
Congress was able to pass a temporary spending bill to avoid a government shutdown, but the measure is two-tiered. MarketWatch Washington Bureau Chief Rob Schroeder explains the measure and what comes next as Congress looks to 2024.
Experts are warning of an increased threat of attack on American soil as the Israel-Hamas War goes on. Senior Foreign affairs expert with the Brookings Institute and author of Military History for the Modern Strategist Micahel O'Hanlon is On The Hill to discuss what's happening abroad and how it impacts the U.S.
Maryland Congressman Glenn Ivey is firing back at Virginia lawmakers and the director of the FBI for questioning the fairness of the process that selected Greenbelt, Maryland as the new headquarters of the FBI. Ivey tells FOX 5’s On The Hill that he thinks Virginia Democratic Sens. Mark Warner and Tim Kaine “went too far” in their criticisms of the General Services Administration, which chose the location.
Israel's ground attacks in Gaza are intensifying and there appears to be intense fighting around Gaza's largest hospital, al-Shifa, where the Israeli government believes Hamas has an underground stronghold. Wall Street Journal Middle East Deputy Bureau Chief Shayndi Raice discusses the latest developments in the ongoing war.
This year's elections in Virginia were consequential in more ways than one. Nancy Cook, Bloomberg's senior political correspondent discusses why the results of Tuesday’s races could be an indicator of what’s ahead for the 2024 election.
In Virginia's recent election, Democrats kept control of the Senate and took over the House. Democratic Delegate Charniele Herring is the first Black woman to serve as House Majority Leader in the state. She's On The Hill to discuss what happened Tuesday.
A bill to provide aid to Israel amid its war with Hamas approved by the Republican-led House is likely to be shut down in the Senate. GOP strategist Horace Cooper and Democratic strategist Douglass Sloan are On The Hill to discuss the latest developments in Congress.
The economy appears to be cooling off, according to latest jobs report. Today, Michael Bright, CEO of Structured Finance Association, joins On The Hill to talk about the current state of the economy and where we are headed with inflation.
As the Israel-Hamas war continues, the Biden administration is urging the Israelis to pause their response. Caroline Glick, contributing editor for the Jewish News Syndicate joins On The Hill to discuss the ongoing conflict.
Congress needs to pass a spending bill before November 17 or there will be a government shutdown.
Over 7% of adults have gotten the most recent COVID vaccine shot as thousands are still dying from COVID every day.
Israel says Hamas has been using hospitals in Gaza to shield underground terror operations.
As the war between Israel and Hamas continues, there are questions about what role the U.S. should play and if America could be drawn further into an even larger conflict. Former U.S. ambassador to Yemen Gerald Feierstein talks about the complex relationships between the Middle Eastern countries and where the U.S. fits in that.