Trump To Give Naval Academy Commencement Speech

Politics | Saagar Enjeti
President Donald Trump delivers the commencement address at the commencement ceremony at the U.S. Coast Guard Academy, May 17, 2017 in New London, Connecticut. (Photo by Drew Angerer/Getty Images)

‘Looking forward to being there’

Naval Academy Offers 'Transgender 101' For Faculty, Cadets

Education | David Krayden
The entrance to the U.S. Naval Academy in downtown Annapolis, Md. on October 21, 2012. The campus founded in 1845 is located on the former grounds of Fort Severn. (Photo: Shutterstock)

“helping people better understand the trans experience”

Marine's Lawyers Accuse WaPo Of Doctoring Interview

US | Rachel Stoltzfoos
U.S. Marines from the 1st Marine Division return from a six-mile march February 15, 2003 near the Iraqi border in Kuwait. The Marines continue to prepare for a possible military strike against Iraq. (Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

‘Portions of the interview missing’

Navy Unveils Ridiculous, Custom Uniforms Ahead Of Army Rivalry Game

Sports | Christian Datoc
Navy Unveils Ridiculous, Custom Uniforms Ahead Of Army Rivalry Game (Twitter)

‘Damn the torpedoes!’

AARP Magazine Reportedly Deletes Veteran From A Story Because He's Running For Congress

US | Jonah Bennett
Mark Plaster

‘I think they deleted you because you’re running for office’

Naval Academy Just One-Upped Bruno Mars With This Fire 'Uptown Funk' Cover

Education | Christian Datoc

Nap. Town. Funk you up. Nap Town funk you up.

US News Rankings Give Top Marks To Brutally Expensive Schools

Education | Blake Neff
Harvard quad Creative Commons/JosephBarillari

Be ready to shell out $50k a year

Under Armour Just Gave Navy The Most American Jerseys In The History Of America

Sports | Christian Datoc

‘Don’t Tread On Me’ uni’s? Thank you, ma’am

Jeremiah Denton, former senator and POW who resisted captors, dies

US | W. James Antle III

‘A war hero, an honorable senator, and a family man’

Naval Academy midshipmen busted over 'spice' drug - TheDC

US | Laura Donovan

Seven U.S. Naval Academy midshipmen have been expelled for possessing or using ‘spice,’ an under-the-radar drug

TheDC's 50 Best Colleges, 30-21 - TheDC

| The Daily Caller

The continuation of TheDC’s Definitive Ranking includes the alma mater of this famous religious leader

A White House August surprise?

Opinion | Chet Nagle

A rumor has gone viral. From journalists to bankers, brokers, and bloggers, the buzz is that the White House is about to spring an August surprise

Deport the children of illegal immigrants

Opinion | Chet Nagle

Our national failure to take a grip on reality is costing us dearly

Debts, deficits and defense

Opinion | Chet Nagle

President Obama is emulating President Jefferson. Strapped for money, Jefferson cut the navy by two-thirds and built small gunboats instead, saying they “are the only water defense which can be useful to us, and protect us from the ruinous folly of a navy.” What were the results of Jefferson’s version of a low cost ‘policy of restraint?’ Britain’s navy brushed the gunboats aside and burned the White House in 1814

President Obama’s resignation

Feature:Opinion | Chet Nagle

While some call for Obama to step down in light of the Sestak scandal, we must remember that President Obama is convinced of his own messianic virtues, and will never resign. Unless impeachment gives him no choice

On this Memorial Day

Feature:Opinion | Chet Nagle

There is a chain made of blood and iron. The heavy links are anchored in Valley Forge and stretch through Gettysburg, Normandy, Iwo Jima, the Coral Sea, and a thousand battlegrounds. New links are being forged now in the streets of Baghdad and Kabul. On this Memorial Day we feel the chain near us, vibrating with its awesome power—pointing to a future that promises more blood and iron.

Time to give Douglass his proper place

Opinion | Ken Blackwell

Frederick Douglass is a giant of America’s history. Honoring him in Annapolis, the capital of his native state, would be especially appropriate

Brent Hatley's NCAA football column

Sports | Brent Hatley

The college football season this year was not controversial in that nobody thinks there’s a team more deserving than Alabama to be No. 1. Nor is there anyone more deserving of the Heisman Trophy than Alabama running back Mark Ingram. It seems the excitement and controversy started after the season ended.