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Runners from Capitol Hill and beyond descended Wednesday morning on the banks of the Anacostia River for the 34th annual ACLI Capital Challenge.
On a surprisingly cool day, members of Congress and the executive branch were joined in the 3-mile run at Anacostia Park by their staff, private industry and representatives from the Fourth Estate, including a number of CQ Roll Callers.
Read more about the race at Heard on the Hill.
If you need some cute to start your week, Photo Editor Bill Clark captured these 2-day-old ducklings in Lower Senate Park on May 14. The 10 ducklings swam in the pool and walked across the plaza trying to keep up with their mother.
Standing before the Henry J. Daly Metropolitan Police Headquarters — so named for a slain officer — police officers remembered another one of their own Monday, Sgt. Clinton Holtz, a 6-foot-11-inch Capitol Police sergeant with a lot of friends and a lot of nicknames.
Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. stops to speak with Lt. Gen. Richard Mills, of the United States Marine Corps, in Statuary Hall on his way back to the Senate following the joint meeting of Congress for address by Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Wednesday.
In the photo below, same-sex marriage rights activists hold a giant rainbow flag Tuesday outside the Supreme Court before the start of oral arguments on marriage equality. Read more about the arguments on Hawkings Here and the plaintiff’s visit to the Capitol on Hill Blotter.
Eric Heigis, left, from the office of Rep. Thomas Massie, takes a selfie Wednesday with Christian Knatt of the American Eagle Foundation and Challenger, a 26-year-old bald eagle. Challenger and members of the foundation were on the Hill to promote the creation of an American Eagle Day, which would fall on June 20.