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Seeking answers to how many logos were devised and how much was spent, Peter Candland is stopped by one supervisor, files a citizen's FOIA, then reaches a compromise.
A blog evolves. We've been rethinking blogs here at the Post. Take a look and tell us what you think.
The D.C. Council voted unanimously to complete the approval process for regulations setting out where and how food trucks may operate.
The year in prep highlightsMembers of the 2012-2013 All-Met teams narrate a multimedia presentation that highlights the biggest moments in high school sports.
More from Md., Va. and D.C.
The figure of the famed abolitionist and District advocate finds its place inside the halls of Congress.
Two Fairfax County teens have overcome harrowing pasts to earn their high school diplomas.
Each year, hundreds of couples renew their wedding commitments at the Jubilarian Mass in the District.
“It’s off-the-chain fun” at this decades-old celebration in Northeast D.C., which draws hundreds.
Children gathered near the Capitol to compete in the races.
The family questions the use of lethal force by Frederick County deputies.
The U.S. Capitol Police win a contest for charity.
The severe thunderstorm watch was canceled for the area Thursday morning, but intense storms hit in the afternoon.
From waterfronts to monuments, Post photographers share their favorite D.C. spots.