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Garfield M. Taylor, 55, of Rockville, Maryland, pleaded guilty today to a securities fraud charge stemming from operating a Ponzi scheme that resulted in investors losing approximately $25 million that they invested with companies he controlled.
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Despite opposition from Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton , D-D.C., District leaders advanced a plan to create a new need-based scholarship program funded by the city.
Whether legally married or registered as domestic partners, gay and lesbian couples from certain states and the District of Columbia can file joint tax returns.
Automotive fatalities have been on the decline in recent years , hovering near historic lows.
Canada's Conservative government is considering loosening the country's drug legislation so as to ticket rather than lay charges against those in possession of small amounts of marijuana, according to Justice Minister Peter MacKay.
Recently, the National Conference of State Legislatures reported that only 22 states and the District of Columbia require sexual education to be taught in their public schools.
The Justice Department said Wednesday it has frozen $458 million in corruption-derived assets from accounts belonging to Nigerian dictator Gen.
Former District of Columbia mayor and current councilman Marion Barry is set to be released from a center where he spent 16 days trying to regain his mobility.
Former District of Columbia Mayor Marion Barry and current councilman is set to be released from a center where he spent 16 days trying to regain his mobility.
Broad City Live Comedic duo Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer bring their hit Web and Comedy Central TV series to the stage.
Patients with rheumatic conditions are in need of symptom relief, and some are turning to herbal cannabis as a treatment option.
Learning to teach math was a challenge, as well. But after going through a math program at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Augustus found strategies for teaching that worked.
After a three-year rise, the number of pedestrians killed in traffic crashes in the USA appears to be dropping.
The District of Columbia's delegate to Congress says President Barack Obama's budget proposal would give the district some long-sought freedom over local affairs.
If you answered "a," you are correct: Possession of less than an ounce of marijuana would be a civil infraction with a $25 fine under a plan that won easy approval from the District of Columbia City Council on Tuesday.
The DC City Council passed a measure Tuesday to remove criminal penalties for possession of small marijuana quantities.