What's it like to launch a rocket from the top of the world? Join our scientist, Doug Rowland, at @librarycongress in Washington, D.C., on Oct. 17 to hear a firsthand account of this extreme science. Details:
40 years ago today, the first National March on Washington for Lesbian and Gay Rights was held. Photo shows participants filing past the White House in support of a federal ban on discrimination against gays in federal jobs, Oct. 14, 1979. | Photo Dennis Cook
This weekend, join CPJ at the 2019 James W. Foley Freedom 5K Run! Create your own team or run with CPJ’s teams in New York City or Washington, DC on Oct. 20. More information here: NYC: DC: @JamesFoleyFund
It's the LAST DAY to apply to experience the International Astronautical Congress — with us! On Oct. 25, 2019, go behind-the-scenes at a #NASASocial in Washington, DC with our scientists, astronauts & experts working on deep space missions. Details:
To God be the glory. Nearly 2 million Black men stood in unity in Washington, D.C. on Oct. 16, 1995 for the historic Million Man March. We gathered in the spirit of three great principles: Atonement, Reconciliation, and Responsibility. #HDOA2018
Experience the International Astronautical Congress — with us! On Oct. 25, 2019, go behind-the-scenes at a #NASASocial in Washington, DC with scientists, @NASA_Astronauts & experts in the development and exploration of outer space. Learn more & apply now:
For 20 years, the ashes of Matthew Shepard, who was kidnapped and killed when he was a 21-year-old college student, have not been laid to rest. Now, they have found a safe place — Shepard will be interred at the Washington National Cathedral on Oct. 26
Mark it down: RG3 returns to Washington as Browns play the Redskins in Week 4 (Oct. 2).