But despite the completion of the 2014 audit, Metro has more to do to be on firm financial footing.

Financial restrictions have forced Metro into a cycle of short-term borrowing, repayments and more borrowing to pay creditors. (Nikki Kahn/Post)

Demonstrators demand justice; they don’t want charges against officers dropped or trial moved.

Authorities warned drivers to expect a police presence in the area.

Right now, the Peruvian brandy is having a moment in the District, thanks in part to the budding Peruvian food scene.

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HOUSING COUNSEL | Realtor group replaces the old regional contract after Northern Virginia’s decision to break away.

The Library of Congress is capturing the stories of D.C.-area World War II veterans in honor of the 70th anniversary of VJ Day.

TOWN SQUARE | JBG Companies to build the Galvan, a 236-unit building.

Best chance of rain comes late Friday, though even that is unlikely to do much to quench our thirsty gardens.

Findings at Big Ten school reinforce evidence of the breadth of the college sexual assault problem.

D.C. makes it easier for homeless families to seek shelter year-round; mayor also wants to build efficiencies.

D.C.’s high schools have focused on remediation but are now bringing back courses that engage students.

But despite the completion of the 2014 audit, Metro has more to do to be on firm financial footing.

Adam Ward, the WDBJ7 cameraman in Virginia who was shot dead by an ex-employee during a live broadcast, was laid to rest in his hometown of Roanoke, Va., on Tuesday.

The Missing in America Project organized the interment for 6 people whose remains were unidentified and unclaimed.

A team of high-school students from Frederick County Career and Technology Center are now national finalists for the Lemmelson-MIT InvenTeen grant for their improvement to a rolling transportation devise for water.

Concerns about privacy, victims’ rights and costs were raised during the lengthy debate.

The elevators weren't working, at the only station accessible only by elevator.

The body was found near the Woodrow Wilson Bridge.

When heroin was seen as an urban problem, officials treated its use more as a crime than a disease.

An intimate of the Kennedy family, he was a top administrator at the Kennedy Center when it opened.

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