DeMorning Links: Helping the unhelpable


James’s Sixteenth Street Heights home (Carol Guzy/THE WASHINGTON POST)

National Gallery vandal strikes again, this time a Matisse (Post)

Just who is working “at-will” in the D.C. police department? (WaTimes)

Is D.C. doing enough to lure film and TV productions? (Examiner)

New York Times takes note of “iGaming” (NYT)

If nothing else, the recordation tax dispute has given Jonetta Rose Barras a surfeit of column fodder (Examiner)

Wheeler Terrace residents say the fence around their complex is doing more harm than good (WUSA-TV)

What to call the free Farragut transfer? Not “FarraCut.” (Examiner)

City protocol officials start re-gifting (Post)

Watch Nat Gandhi play “perhaps the most important human being in last 2,000 years of human history” (WRC-TV)

D.C. Water’s high-tech infrastructure (CNN)

Prostitution bust nails 74 (Crime Scene)

Reimbursable details are back (WaTimes)

Our streets could use a coat of paint (GGW)

Mike DeBonis covers Congress and national politics for The Washington Post. He previously covered D.C. politics and government from 2007 to 2015.

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