law-enforcement

D.C.’s ‘pot belt’ stretches from Hains Point to Columbia Heights

Pro-legalization voters were most concentrated in wards 1 and 2.

Before Ferguson 2014, there was Mount Pleasant 1991

Former mayor Sharon Pratt discusses what Missouri can learn from D.C.'s two-decade-old troubles.

Park Southern is a federal case

Internal Revenue Service agents seize documents from troubled Southeast housing complex.

Judge: Former drug kingpin Cornell Jones owes the city more than $1 million

Cornell Jones was found to have swindled the city out of $330,000 in HIV/AIDS grants, a jury found.

D.C.’s new gun normal

City officials scramble to deal with federal judge's weekend ruling striking down carry ban.

Carry on, D.C. gun owners

In unusual weekend ruling, federal judge declares city ban on carrying of weapons is unconstitutional.

Effective policing or entrapment?

D.C. police and prosecutors have found an effective, if questionable new way to get armed robbers off the streets.

Another man vindicated

Kevin Martin is the fifth man to be vindicated after examination of faulty FBI evidence analysis.

Marijuana decriminalization is here

D.C. police is pointing out, just because possessing marijuana is no longer a crime in the District, it doesn't mean you should.

A tragedy but not a crime

Federal prosecutors determine no charges will be filed against police officers who shot Miriam Carey on Oct. 3.

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