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Meet the businessman at the center of sprawling federal investigation into political corruption.
Emma Brown and Marc Fisher
The document says the businessman illegally funneled more than $2 million to local and federal candidates.
Race is now focusing on whether voters believe the mayor.
Ann E. Marimow, Matt Zapotosky and Paul Schwartzman
Businessman Jeffrey E. Thompson says he asked him for help in his successful campaign for mayor.
Aaron C. Davis
“These are lies,” the D.C. mayor says of allegations that he knew of the 2010 “shadow campaign.”
“It’s shocking to me. Lies. These are lies,” Gray says after being implicated at Jeffrey Thompson’s plea hearing.
At least one candidate is likely to shape the race by losing in a way that spoils another’s chances.
COLUMN D.C. mayoral challenger Bowser offers the right ideas for city but has a lackluster legislative record.
With Democratic primary less than a month off, a bedrock of city politics — black leadership — is put to the test.
Some see the medical need and the suspicions of waste at closer range than state legislators.
The Debate Watcher: The Gertrude Stein Democratic Club gave Hizzoner a vote of confidence but not a formal endorsement.
The mayoral candidate has said she would be a “team builder” and make decisions in an “open and transparent manner.”
The 44-year-old Mount Pleasant property manager says he’s “doing something totally different.”
Temporary restraining order calls makeshift shelters dangerous for children.
Ann E. Marimow and Carol D. Leonnig
The negotiations could affect the District’s Democratic mayoral primary, just three weeks away.
A newly signed bill authorizing the $1 billion project resulted from the destructive 2012 ‘derecho’ storm.
The former four-term mayor has been in and out of hospitals for much of 2014, battling a spate of infections.
Sinclair Skinner, a controversial character in D.C. politics, was set to host a fundraiser Saturday night.
Possession will be civil fine of $25, akin to a parking ticket. Smoking in public still a misdemeanor.
Delgaudio’s attorney asks Loudoun court to issue a subpoena against the civil rights group.
The Ward 4 D.C. Council member is pledging to deliver a ‘fresh start’ in the mayor’s office.
It is unclear how federal law enforcement agencies in the city will respond.
41-year-old D.C. Council member says she’ll give the city a ‘fresh start’ after three years of scandal.
Among them, Orange is the ninth of ten children, and the youngest boy.
Home of incarcerated real-estate mogul became site of flare-up in NIMBY battle.
Colbert I. King
The D.C. mayoral race needs pruning.
The chief D.C. administrative law judge fights for her job, her reputation and, perhaps, even her law license.
To pitch his economic development plan, Jack Evans visited a Ward 4 retail corridor.
A D.C. teacher says she was stopped at Phoenix airport, and asked for passport.
Appeals court says it won’t intervene with a lower court.
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