Concern has been rising across the city about the number of crimes being committed.
But Holder acknowledges the “awkward” timing of new allegations in the weeks before the election.
Kim pleaded guilty in February to leaking top-secret information to Fox News reporter James Rosen.
Idaho man pleaded guilty to firing eight rounds at the second and third floors of the White House.
A federal judge said Daniel Milzman “may pose a threat to the community.”
Investigators seized records related to four local companies, according to warrant.
Prosecutors see links between a troubled Georgetown student and the hit TV show he loved.
A judge orders psychiatric help for Daniel Harry Milzman, alleged to have manufactured the toxin.
Supporter of Vincent C. Gray accuses U.S. Attorney Ronald C. Machen Jr. of interfering in upcoming primary.
‘I’m not going to walk away from this situation,’ the mayor said, days after his lawyer said charges could come.
Three defense contractors were held for more than five years before their dramatic rescue in 2008.
D.C. police identified the victim as Kevin Marzell Leonard, 20, of Southeast.
It appears increasingly unlikely that they would bring any criminal case against mayor before April 1 primary.
Hakim J. Sutton, who was Michael A. Brown’s campaign treasurer, is said to have taken $115,000.
Businessman Jeffrey E. Thompson says he asked him for help in his successful campaign for mayor.
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.
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.