Activists acknowledge there's not enough time to gather signatures before July deadline.
Ultra, which delivers packaged alcohol to D.C. doorsteps, was ordered to cease and desist Thursday.
Yes, D.C. is making a serious Olympics bid.
After years of debate, ex-offenders pass full council vote, but further tweaks are expected.
Tommy Wells says he could either weaken his bill and move it toward passage, or keep it intact and watch it languish.
The new State of Downtown report depicts the economic engine for the city's boom.
Six years of preparation and two years of litigation have come to an end.
The D.C. Council's attention turns to an across-the-board minimum wage hike
Wal-Mart opened hiring centers Monday, and hundreds of Washingtonians came ready to apply for work.
Announcement comes two days after last-ditch bid to save controversial 'living wage' bill failed.