The campaign was inspired by a “digital information blitz” that led to a tip and the arrest of a man believed to be the East Coast rapist, the Post says. The new campaign will use iTunes podcasts, YouTube, Facebook and Twitter. A reward of $25,000 is also being offered, according to a press release. … [Read more...] about Cops Use Social Media, Launch Website in Effort to Find Potomac River Rapist
Loudoun County said it sent inspectors to look into the tree-cutting complaint. In a statement, the county said: “There appears to be an issue with the number of trees removed from the floodplain, which would require a permit prior to any operation.” … [Read more...] about Trees Cut Down at Trump National Golf Club Dumped in Potomac River
The lawsuit filed Thursday says Trump has visited his eponymous Loudoun County golf course more than three dozen times since the 2-mile (3-kilometer) "permanent security zone" was established last June. It was later informally amended to allow access on the Maryland side on a case-by-case basis. … [Read more...] about Paddlers sue over limited Potomac access while Trump golfs
Spaulding spent the rest of the day watching the news and taking notes on a yellow legal pad. She kept in touch with her husband by phone and was talking with him when another hijacked airliner plowed into the Pentagon, sending up a cloud of smoke that her husband could see from his law office near the Potomac River. “I do remember being nervous that we were so close to the CIA building when there were false reports that the State Department had been hit,” recalls Spaulding, a principal at the Bingham Consulting Group in D.C. … [Read more...] about A Day of Days: ABA Members Recall How 9/11 Changed Their Lives and Their Work
In March of 2016, Moody’s Investor Services published its Green Bonds Assessment methodology (GBA) which is intended to help investors evaluate an issuer’s use of proceeds for and reporting on environmental projects financed by green bonds. In addition, Standard and Poor’s Financial Services recently established an S&P Green Bond Index designed to track the global green bond market. … [Read more...] about What Makes a Bond “Green”?