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.
D.C. lawmakers killed a narrow 'living wage' bill Tuesday but expressed broad support for an across-the-board wage hike.
LIVEBLOG: Lawmakers debate whether to override mayor's veto of Large Retailer Accountability Act.
A 64-day fait accompli came to an end Thursday morning with Gray veto.
It's a week after the Large Retailer Accountability Act was delivered to Mayor Vincent C. Gray, and his decision on the bill can't come soon enough.
Former city planner says Olympics "are a great motivator to mobilize people regionally around a vision for future growth"
The Washington Post started officially moving into the Jeff Bezos era Tuesday with a visit from the new billionaire owner.