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Among the nation's 25 largest cities, only Austin and Charlotte grew faster than the District did between 2010 and 2012.
Measure’s author, Rep. Trent Franks (R-Ariz.), is moving to expand the fight beyond the city’s borders.
Change is part of $12.1 billion 2014 spending plan.
The tax would be levied at the wholesale rather than retail level, but consumers would see little change.
Eye doctor is tracking VA patient data to improve cataract surgery outcomes.
Ahead of his formal announcement Saturday, Wells sat for a lengthy interview on why he's running and his vision for the city.
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The Ward 6 Democrat becomes the District’s most viable white mayoral candidate in two decades.
Senators say they won’t support Obama’s picks for NLRB, which deals with worker-management disputes.
Plan would eliminate criminal penalties for those found with small amounts or subject them to fines.
Pepco and the city will help finance the project, but ratepayers would see surcharges on their electric bills.
Despite questions over this year’s spending, council is poised to approve an additional $100,000.
The D.C. Council weighs whether to require the city’s small businesses to participate.
DC Water is set to spend $2 billion on a major pollution-control project, and activists want the utility to guarantee more jobs for city residents.
Panel skeptical about rules for the Central Business District, despite officials’ efforts to appease vendors.
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The number of vendors won’t drop under new regulations, officials say.
Possible mayoral candidates make big moves in allocations for projects, challenging Gray and each other.
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Uncle Sam provides plenty of choices for those interested in such work.
If the D.C. area can collaborate on sewage, why not the FBI, bridges, Redskins?
The D.C. Council appears poised to approve a major expansion of Circulator bus service.
Two hearing-impaired women claim the agency ‘routinely’ denied services required under federal law.
The council voted to allocate an additional $4 million from a pool slated for affordable housing.
The move follows a report that a Texas-based company test-fired a 3D gun.
Program may have underpaid some workers for more than two years, ex-employee tells the Labor Dept.
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NASA scientist is seeking life on other planets as he leads the Kepler space mission.
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At least 52 cases have been stuck in the Air Force Court of Criminal Appeals for longer than 18 months.
The council member is admonished for interfering with inspectors trying to close a rat-infested business.
“The phone rings both ways,” says Catania, chair of the D.C. council’s education committee.
Mayor’s bill would provide a separate license for those who cannot prove legal residency.
D.C. Council member wants a law firm to review decades of rules that may be “barriers.”
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