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District of Columbia Mayor Vincent Gray will help unveil a new mural at a city aquatic facility near Eastern Market.
A popular health care program that serves more than 130,000 military family members and retirees is redundant and should be eliminated, the Government Accountability Office says.
Court documents show the only son of former District of Columbia mayor Marion Barry has been jailed after he was caught driving on a revoked license.
Dozens of Washington, D.C. charter schools are launching a lawsuit against the District and Mayor Vincent Gray, claiming they have been systematically shortchanged in funding by a hostile city administration.
The Democratic mayoral nominee in the nation's capital is turning 42, and a who's who of local politics is helping her celebrate.
A man has been charged with stabbing a transgender girl on a Metro train. Metro Transit police say 24-year-old Reginald Klaiber has been charged with stabbing a 15-year-old on a southbound Green Line train as it approached the Fort Totten station at around 4:30 Wednesday afternoon in the District of Columbia.
A hundred years ago Wednesday, Austrian warships bombarded Belgrade. It was day three of what would be known as The Great War, The World War, and eventually World War I. It was supposed to be "the war to end all wars."
The global body that regulates Web addresses has moved to block an effort by U.S. terrorism victims to collect on civil damages by seizing country-specific IP addresses for Iran, Syria and North Korea.
Federal investigators are looking for fraud in a program meant to bring local contractors into major construction projects in DC.
Summer has long been the season of vacations, beach outings and BBQs, and that means documenting every possible moment on camera.
Attorney General Patrick Morrisey has announced that the State of West Virginia filed a lawsuit in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia challenging President Barack Obama's practice of cherry-picking which laws his Administration will enforce.
A surge in the number of Americans with permits to carry concealed weapons coincides with a significant drop in violent crime in the U.S. .
The ongoing saga of the constitutionality and enforceability of Washington, DC's handgun ban added yet another new chapter today, as the federal judge who ruled it unconstitutional issued a stay.
Mayor Vincent Gray plans to sign a bill that would ban the use of plastic foam food containers in the District of Columbia.
Low-wage federal workers will walk off the job Tuesday morning across Washington D.C. to demand an executive order for higher wages - building off a successful push earlier this year to raise the wage of federal contract workers to $10.10.
Lawyers for the District of Columbia have asked a federal judge to stay his ruling that strikes down the city's ban on carrying guns outside the home.
Updated: Fri Aug 01, 2014 03:29 am
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