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“There’s somebody here who’s breaking out of the pack,” Karl Racine told the audience at the D.C. Bar debate.
Aaron C. Davis
Council member Yvette Alexander asks if Md. should send Ebola patients to D.C.,as planned.
A look at how Muriel Bowser, David Catania and Carol Schwartz think about leadership.
Reports criticizing the Venable law firm’s billing practices have sparked questions for candidate Karl Racine.
Hakim Sutton had been former council member Michael A. Brown’s campaign treasurer.
Some forum attendees said they could not look beyond William Kennedy Smith’s checkered past.
Leading candidates have spent far more time making pitches before small groups than public audiences.
COLUMN | Another D.C. family homelessness crisis is feared despite lessons from last winter’s debacle.
Virginia Hospital Center turned away a patient suspected of having Ebola, blaming changes in CDC guidelines.
A Washington Post analysis shows what neighborhoods Muriel Bowser and David Catania have tapped for support.
The mayoral hopeful said she would create an agency focused on health care, education and employment.
The black electorate seems fragmented and hasn’t fully aligned behind Democrat Muriel Bowser.
Competitive mayor, attorney general and D.C. Council races are on the ballot along with a marijuana legalization question.
City’s spending freedom from Congress is at issue; two of three judges question proponents sharply.
D.C. voters’ hard choice: Bowser’s cautious, mediocre record, or Catania’s combative approach?
Organizations that advocate for the rights of “returning citizens” back Muriel E. Bowser for D.C. mayor.
The city’s top lawyer has limited duties, but the campaign has been about wide-ranging issues.
Colbert I. King
D.C.’s mayoral candidates offer up a lot, but neglect the price tags.
Mike DeBonis and Aaron C. Davis
At Anacostia High School Thursday, the crowd — not the moderator or three candidates — was in charge.
Residents will be allowed to carry guns in public in the nation’s capital for the first time in four decades.
D.C. is working to limit hospitals’ disclosure of patient information, saying rumors could cause panic
Bowser, Catania and Schwartz staked out territory based on their political approaches, not positions.
Three leading candidates have dwindling chances to transcend their campaign narratives.
Robert Samuels and Aaron C. Davis
Advocates for homeless families say Mayor Vincent Gray’s plan leaves many key questions unanswered.
“She was extremely tough. I can remember going through a community meeting with her, and people being so nasty and angry,” Watkins said.
Independent candidate’s new 30-second spot is airing on cable starting Tuesday.
The independent candidate for D.C. mayor uses it to get things done but alienates people in the process.
The ballot initiative is expected to pass Nov. 4, but it could be months before the pot measure takes effect.
The district is probing the balance sheet of politically connected property manager Phinis Jones.
If marijuana legalization passes, residents could possess small amounts, but not buy or sell it. And what would Congress say about legal pot in its headquarters city?
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