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Gabriella Muñoz

Gabriella Muñoz was a political reporter for the Washington Times. 

Articles by Gabriella Muñoz

FILE - In this Dec. 12, 2017, file photo, Terri Meehan poses on a 2018 Harley Softail Slim in Milwaukee's House of Harley. Meehan took a riding course at the dealership as part of Harley-Davidson's "Riding Academy," an initiative the company hopes will help bring new customers. Harley-Davidson, the iconic brand that sells its customers an image of freedom and adventure, found itself in an unwanted role this week: poster child for the damage of an international trade war. Harley said it would move production of motorcycles bound for Europe overseas, blaming European Union tariffs it said would add an estimated $2,200 cost to the average bike.(AP Photo/Ivan Moreno, File) **FILE**

Trump: Harley-Davidson angering loyal U.S. customers

President Trump said Tuesday that motorcycle manufacturer Harley-Davidson is angering its famously loyal U.S. customers by moving some production facilities to Europe, and accused the company of using the administration's tariff feud with the European Union "as an excuse" for the move. Published June 26, 2018

D.C. Fire rescue services deployed 80 firefighters to battle a two-alarm fire that started in Georgetown's popular eatery Wingos and spread to flower shop English Rose Garden on June 26, 2018. Flames injured three firefighters and caused "considerable" damage to the storefronts. (Photo courtesy of D.C. Fire and EMS)

Wingos, English Rose Garden damaged in Georgetown fire

Two Georgetown storefronts were badly burned in a two-alarm fire Tuesday that took 80 firefighters to get under control. The English Rose Garden and popular Georgetown eatery Wingos, which share the same building, were both caught in the 2- alarm fire at the intersection of O Street and Wisconsin Ave. NW. Published June 26, 2018

Rep. Maxine Waters, D-Calif., ranking member on the House Financial Services Committee, speaks during a news conference on Capitol Hill in Washington, July 14, 2017. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)

House members push to censure Maxine Waters

The backlash over Rep. Maxine Waters' call to "push out" Trump officials from public spaces continued to grow Tuesday from fellow representatives in the House. Published June 26, 2018

Rep. Maxine Waters, California Democrat (Associated Press) **FILE**

Maxine Waters: ‘The President lied again’

Rep. Maxine Waters defended herself against President Trump's criticism Monday night, arguing that Mr. Trump has incited more violence than anyone. Published June 26, 2018