Washington, DC - The 4th Annual Washington, D.C. Food Tank Summit is just around the corner, and we’re excited to hear from, collaborate with, and meet our member organizations based in the D.C. area. The U.S. capital is humming with food systems activity, housing an array of organizations involved in international, domestic, and local food and agriculture work, from farms to restaurants, nonprofits, and beyond.

Washington, DC - New medical breakthroughs are altering how diseases are treated in ways that seemed unimaginable just a decade ago. Perhaps one of the most significant developments is the advent of new gene therapies and drugs that boost the immune system’s ability to target tumor cells. But we recognize that progress across different therapeutic areas has been uneven, including for complex neurological diseases. In part, this is because the underlying causes of severe neurological diseases may not be as well understood compared to ailments like cancer. The brain, in many respects, is the last organ system where many aspects of our understanding of the underlying biology of disease remain uncertain.

Washington, DC - Secretary of State Rex W. Tillerson: "On behalf of the Government of the United States of America, I wish people around the world good health, peace, and prosperity on the occasion of the Lunar New Year on February 16, 2018.

Washington, DC - Polling: Americans Overwhelmingly Support President Trump’s Commonsense Immigration Reforms:

Washington, DC - Statement by President Trump on the Shooting in Parkland, Florida:

Washington, DC - Back in the seventies my dad brought some delicious cheese home from our local town. "They were giving this cheese out in front of the courthouse so I picked some up" he said. The cheese was all part of the so called fight against poverty. My dad was a hard-working coal mining man so we had food to eat. However, who is going to turn down free cheese? The cheese was actually pretty good.