This artist rendering provided by the Eisenhower Commission on Oct. 6, 2011, shows an updated model for the national memorial in Washington for President Dwight D. Eisenhower. Eisenhower's family wants a memorial in the nation's capital redesigned. (Associated Press/Eisenhower Commission)

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Dwight D. Eisenhower’s family is displeased with architect Frank Gehry’s proposed design of the memorial to the 34th U.S. president and has asked that the planning process be put on hold. (DCist)

A proposed change in green card laws has caused tensions to rise among highly-skilled temporary foreign workers in the Washington area. (The Washington Post)

The District’s Chief Technology Officer, Rob Mancini, discusses some new city tech projects, including the 100-Gigabit network being laid around town. (Washington City Paper)