One-fifth of House freshmen bunk in their office More than one-fifth of House freshman have taken the “bring your work home with you” concept to another level by opting to sleep in their D.C. offices. But many freshmen feel lucky to sleep at their place of employment. They avoid commuting ... 01/23/2011 - 11:00 am | View Link
One-Fifth Of House Freshmen Sleep In Offices WASHINGTON - Michigan Congressman Tim Walberg considers sleeping in his Capitol Hill office a luxury. "It's convenient. I don't face the traffic," Walberg told us when we visited him this week on the fourth floor of the Cannon office building. 01/22/2011 - 11:00 am | View Link
Even if it seems like a random conspiracy theory, MSNBC host Rachel Maddow argued on Monday, the investigation into the closing of the George Washington Bridge in September 2013 and its effects on a New Jersey town is pointing toward a strange series of facts.
Maddow explained that two of the bridge’s three tollbooth lanes coming from the town of Fort Lee, New Jersey were shut down without the customary warning to residents.
“You could still get on the bridge,” she explained.