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District of DeBonis
Survey commissioned by pro-business group finds closer D.C. mayor race than previous published polls.
The rate remains above the most recent U.S. average but represents a decrease for the city historically.
Aaron C. Davis
The chairman of the Democratic Governors Association backed David Catania over Muriel Bowser.
The city’s chief financial officer warns that the trend could force District leaders to cut $70 million in spending.
Loss of federal grant threatens 38 city workers; officials say they hope services will continue for families.
Advocates say the change would give cyclists a fairer chance of collecting on insurance claims after a crash.
One mayoral candidate says she would keep the police chief; others are noncommittal.
Activists say FDA has been lax in regulating opioids — painkillers that can be highly addictive and lethal.
She claims to have accomplished much, but her record shows that her contributions were often less clear.
A day after announcing he would step down, the U.S. attorney general speaks on voting rights.
Daniel W. Lucas is deputy inspector general for $30B Naval Sea Systems Command. But council fight looms.
A Texas man has been sentenced to 27 months in prison for defrauding a federal agency and a company based in Mexico of more than $1.6 million.
Council member Vincent B. Orange led a rally to draw attention to shortfalls in city spending with small businesses.
District lawmakers said they passed legislation only grudgingly to comply with federal court ruling.
The bill placing restrictions on concealed carry replaces a District ban that a judge struck down.
Spencer S. Hsu
The Chengs tried to make illegal payments to two public officials to start a taxi and tow-truck business.
In partnership with Aegis Health Security, the city will try improve care for babies and parents.
Frustrated Catania scorns Bowser’s shortage of achievements, but he still trails her in D.C. mayoral race.
The Democratic mayoral nominee released a 41-page policy plan shortly before Thursday’s first debate.
Mike DeBonis and Lynh Bui
Jim Graham says the District should not have absolved itself of blame in the girl’s disappearance.
Mike DeBonis and Aaron C. Davis
Muriel E. Bowser and David A. Catania sparred nastily during the 90-minute face-off.
— Patricia Sullivan and — John Wagner
Seven weeks before the D.C. election, council hearing answers few questions about primary problems.
Mike DeBonis and Scott Clement
Paul Zukerberg leads five Democratic candidates in a new poll, but a vast swath of the electorate is undecided.
Aaron C. Davis and Peyton M. Craighill
Two-thirds of D.C. voters back a Nov. ballot measure that is certain to cause consternation in the nation’s capital.
Bowser earned 43 percent; David Catania earned 26 percent and Carol Schwartz earned 16 percent.
D.C. statehood opponents cite Grave Snowplow Threat among various specious reasons to deny rights.
Mike DeBonis and Paul Schwartzman
Emergency legislation is expected to get Tuesday vote; gun owners could apply for permits within months.
Leader plans to launch campaign against measure before vote this fall, challenges other side to debate.
Candidates have very different approaches to breaking congressional logjam.
Prosecutors explore actions Vincent Gray may have taken as mayor to benefit Jeffrey Thompson.
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