The negotiations could affect the District’s Democratic mayoral primary, just three weeks away.
Tony Cheng is charged in a taxicab-licensing bribery scheme. His trial is scheduled for May.
Utility says it was aware of an investigation but provided no details
The D.C. contractor allegedly pumped more than $100,000 into Michael A. Brown’s D.C. Council run.
Government adviser was accused of providing classified information on North Korea to Fox News.
A developer alleged that Jim Graham had improperly interfered with a disputed Metro real estate deal.
Documents detail suspicions, mistakes in efforts to halt scam by official who posed as CIA officer.
A former D.C. social services worker is accused of stealing food stamps, cash and other public assistance.
Donnie Dukes, a former principal of the Options school, admitted to scamming the city out of $300,000.
With dance and music, Masankho Banda guides exercises to channel the civil rights icons’ teachings.
Deal eases months-long deadlock over records pertaining to alleged ”shadow campaign” financier.
The federal corruption investigation has led to guilty pleas from a prison gang leader and eight other guards.
Judge allows John Hinckley Jr., who lives at St. Elizabeths Hospital, to spend 17 days a month in Va.
U.S. Attorney Machen accuses city official of “lapse of memory” regarding Gray’s knowledge of settlement.
John C. Beale skipped out on work for years by pretending to work for the CIA.
Richard J. Leon is known for his independent opinions, his candor and valor under political fire.
Dickey had admitted viewing child porn in his Southeast office where he had treated patients since the 1970s.
Court grants request for a preliminary injunction on controversial program, but stays the action pending appeal.
D.C.’s Options Public Charter School leaders allegedly diverted more than $3 million to two private companies.
Former Lamar Alexander aide Jesse Ryan Loskarn appeared in court Thursday on child porn charges.
Ann covers legal affairs in the District and Maryland for the Washington Post. A recovering political junkie, Ann previously covered the State House in Annapolis, state politics in California and the first-in-the-nation presidential primary in New Hampshire. She joined the Post in 2005.