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Council members balk at plan to put top legal office on November ballot.

A group of transparency advocates is challenging the council's policy of not sharing work-related e-mails sent or received on personal accounts.

Graham's likely to escape major sanctions for breaking Metro's conflict of interest rules. But the report may change the culture of the D.C. Council.

The D.C. Council member wants to go above and beyond CFO Natwar Gandhi's new promises of transparency.

Federal prosecutors, however, won't confirm Brown's claims.

Transportation director Terry Bellamy told the D.C. Council a move to block plans for a car barn could add 90 days or more to the planned 2013 opening date.

"It's the first playoff game in Washington since 1933!" the sports-loving D.C. Council member explained.

Only in D.C. would a Republican candidate endorse her Democratic foe.

Uncertainty over federal spending cuts means about 120 available shelter space is going unused.

The Ward 7 incumbent and her feisty challenger kept things mostly civil. But there were a few fun exchanges.

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