Will a critical Justice Department report and an attack on police jolt the city into unity or worsen its tensions?
After joining a book club while behind bars, three D.C. men are now relying on it as an unlikely lifeline.
Four years after mass protests, the state’s governor lauded depleted unions as he eyes a presidential run.
In a battle likely to play well with conservative voters, the GOP star has proposed $300 million in cuts.
Lamar Smith says he has “big dreams for my clients. But I can only push them as far as they want to go.”
As temperatures dipped into the 20s, D.C.’s homeless adults packed into recreation centers to stay safe.
Projections of 840 homeless families are on track, and plan to address increase is falling behind.
The number of calls seeking emergency food assistance has jumped 57 percent.
A coalition of social service agencies said the city is not doing enough to stance a predicted surge in homeless families. The city disagrees.
A resolution from Vincent C. Gray is intended to move the affordable-housing project forward.