Tweets get a quick response from transportation department.
Former mayor Sharon Pratt discusses what Missouri can learn from D.C.'s two-decade-old troubles.
Internal Revenue Service agents seize documents from troubled Southeast housing complex.
The at-large D.C. Council member is the 'most qualified candidate in the race,' police union's leader says.
The D.C. public schools chancellor holds two degrees plus an honorary doctorate from GU.
Superior Court judge grants trustees' petition to disband D.C.'s oldest private cultural institution.
Some former drug dealers try a new street hustle: Fragrant oils.
Plan for Hine Junior High School site had been delayed for months by lawsuit.
Klink and Drizly are good to go, liquor regulators say; Ultra, which was shut down in June, is a work in progress.
A Sept. 17 event hosted by Ward 4's ANCs will proceed regardless of who shows up, organizers said.