WASHINGTON--Nearly a year
after electing a new mayor who
promised to use a shovel to clean out
the troubled District of Columbia
government, the nation's capital is
enjoying a honeymoon with its ultimate
bosses on Capitol Hill.
WASHINGTON--The Stacks of camera equipment in the hallway and the
crush at the press table last week suggested that the House Education
and Labor Committee was discussing a highly controversial policy or
heating from a celebrity witness.