Liberal lawmaker Phil Mendelson’s mission is distressing others in the party, including the mayor.
He was sentenced for driving on a revoked license and violating a court order.
Analysis predicts that the public would request as many as 4,500 videos a year from D.C. police.
With the vast majority of U.S. towns and cities opting to let residents toss all their recyclables in one blue bin (and leave the sorting to machines), here are five ways residents can make sure more of what they bother to recycle actually gets reused.
Falling commodity prices have left U.S. cities with big bills to dispose of once-profitable products.
House GOP on Wednesday could upend many policies prized by D.C. Democrats.
A continued ban on sales — but no assault on legalization — was seen as evidence of GOP softening on pot.
A $7 billion appropriation appears headed for court as the city tries to stop Congress’s proposed changes.
After scoring a deal to keep D.C. United in the District, city officials threw some barbs at their competition across the Potomac.
D.C. Public Works Director William O. Howland Jr. stepping down after a decade of snow and garbage storms.