As Baltimore mayor, critics say, O’Malley’s police tactics sowed distrust

Former Baltimore mayor, who is weighing a White House bid, reduced crime with “zero-tolerance’ approach.

In Ward 4, candidate repeats proven strategy of knocking on doors

D.C. Council hopeful Brandon Todd is making his face known — following the lead of Fenty and Bowser.

Virginia man pleads guilty in $5M fraud scheme

A Virginia man has pleaded guilty to wire fraud in a scheme to divert $5 million from his employer.

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D.C. mayor, attorney general embrace truce, at least temporarily

Mayor’s effort to consolidate legal power over land deals and city contracts likely out of budget battle.

House committee votes to upend first D.C. law in 23 years

Republicans call D.C. measure banning reproductive discrimination unconstitutional post Hobby Lobby.

Prominent lobbyist is mayor’s pick for Events D.C. chair

Max Brown served as legal counsel and deputy chief of staff during Anthony Williams’s administration.

Arlington passes budget for fiscal 2016 without raising the property-tax rate

County taxpayers will likely see their property-tax bill rise by about 4 percent due to higher assessments.

In D.C. Council race, ex-Bowser aides hold money lead, but rivals pick up pace

Brandon Todd in Ward 4 and LaRuby May in Ward 8 have big cash advantages a week before special-election voting ends.

House Republicans take issue with another D.C. law

A vote is set on a law that bans employers from discriminating based on reproductive health decisions.

Nothing is certain in the fight for Marion Barry’s D.C. Council seat

Ward 8 candidates hit the streets in Southeast Washington ahead of the April 28 special election.

Emancipation Day still has resonance in Washington — but not for everyone

Some parade observers worried that younger residents will grow up knowing less about the city’s past.

Late mayor Barry’s son says he’s not quitting race to fill dad’s council seat

Marion C. Barry says he’s going to stay true to his father’s wishes that he carry on the family name.

Marijuana and statehood activists are chaining themselves to ‘liberty pole’ on the Mall

They plan to stay there 24 hours a day until, well, 4/20.

Campaign to begin for a $15 minimum wage in D.C.

Ballot measure fight could make D.C. a battleground for wages amid 2016 presidential election.

D.C. shadow senator feuds with D.C. Council over affordable housing plan

Shadow Sen. Paul Strauss gets locked out of a D.C. Council meeting and cast as a “shakedown” artist.

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