A powerful lobby is urging Mayor Gray to veto the bill, while the legendary activist is telling him to sign away.
A D.C. Court of Appeals panel declined to intervene on behalf of activists who questioned the city's deal with a Georgetown developer.
After property questions emerge, city leaders threaten to use eminent domain to take stadium properties.
After the shock of Monday's announcement of the sale of The Washington Post, Tuesday was a day to process what it all means.
Sentiments include fond appreciation for the Graham family and some apprehension about new owner Jeff Bezos.
The Washington Post Co. will relinquish its namesake newspaper, leaving D.C., for the first time in modern memory, without a locally-owned daily newspaper.
The tentative D.C. United deal has an interesting past and implications for the future of the city and team.
There are indications that Capital City Care's prices for legal marijuana are competitive with street prices.
The group of clergy who rallied Friday urging Mayor Vincent Gray to sign "living wage" bill think they have identified Hizzoner's political soft spot: his zest for "self-determination."
The uptick of activity along 14th Street NW is the culmination of more than a decade of planning, investment.