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Actress/activist Ruby Dee dies at 91
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My sister inspired The Fault in Our Stars
District of DeBonis
Task force finds ways to reconcile residents’ wishes with city’s need for industrial land.
Mr. Norton, ex-husband of Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton, failed to file local taxes for seven years.
Land around a Maryland horse farm is open now, but potential development surrounds the stables.
Mike DeBonis and Arelis R. Hernández
The reprise of his successful 2012 trade mission will last 10 days and include Beijing and Shanghai.
William Kennedy Smith, who came to prominence in a high-profile 1991 trial, is seeking public office in D.C.
Rosalind S. Helderman and Matt Zapotosky
The defense rests in the corruption trial of Virginia’s former first couple with an intimate view from inside.
A month after federal judge’s ruling, officials are proceeding with a rewrite of the city’s gun laws.
Aaron C. Davis
Vince Gray says Muriel Bowser would be “unwise” to rewrite schools plan without input from chancellor.
Aaron C. Davis, Michael Alison Chandler and Mike DeBonis
Bowser says that if elected mayor, she would undo recently adopted plans; Catania asks for a delay.
Monday’s reopening of D.C. public schools heralds 10-week sprint to Election Day.
Colbert I. King
Why voters should be extra-vigilant this November.
Janene Jackson, Gray’s liaison to the D.C. Council, was a key negotiator and peacekeeper in Wilson Building.
Interested students have until Sept. 15 to apply for a nomination from Rep. Frank Wolf’s office.
While foes press her to engage at home, the Democrat has quietly met with several big-city mayors.
Police union’s endorsement could reassure crime-focused voters eyeing independent David Catania.
Michael A. Brown, serving a bribery sentence of 39 months, says city rules don’t apply to FBI stings.
The three-year term for the D.C. public schools chancellor will begin during October.
Investigation could factor in mayor’s race; records taken on president and manager with ties to Bowser
Wesley Robinson and Jenna Portnoy
Three seats in the General Assembly will be filled, and a town council election will test new voter ID laws.
Incidents of airport screeners rejecting District driver’s licenses caused an uproar.
The former council member proves she’s no empty suit.
The independent candidate speaks to reporters in front of Bowser backer’s Southeast Washington offices.
The Democrat has over $1 million in her war chest; David Catania, her nearest competitor, reports $465,000.
Backing of Metro Washington Labor Council AFL-CIO represents backing of key Democratic organization.
The Park Southern Apartments have become a campaign flashpoint thanks to key players’ political ties.
Jeffrey S. DeWitt makes a new computer system a priority for the city’s Office of Tax and Revenue.
U Street corridor residents say the Reeves Center is well past its glory days but still don’t want it to go away.
Phinis Jones, Bowser campaign coordinator, says city had to give more notice before ending contract.
The D.C. Council member declined. Also, he discusses the fender bender he was in on Saturday night.
Marion M. McFadden coordinated a task force to rebuild stronger, safer communities after Hurricane Sandy.
The former D.C. Council member insists she is just as viable as her better-financed competitors.
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