In 10 hours of interviews with investigators, the D.C. Council member emerges as a man who relied on business executives — virtually all of them his friends — to pay him for consulting work that he often could not describe.

Former Baltimore mayor charged with wire fraud, tax evasion

The federal charges arise from financial dealings surrounding her self-published “Healthy Holly” children’s books, court filings show.

Library of Congress will house archives of famous AIDS quilt

Letters, photographs and other items that accompanied the quilt will be stored in Washington, while the quilt itself will be in San Francisco.

There’s a plan to fix the DMV’s affordable housing crisis. But a key player is not on board.

Montgomery County Executive Marc Elrich says he won’t adopt the affordable housing targets set by the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments and the Urban Institute, placing him squarely at odds with leaders in the District and Fairfax County.
Chaquita Goode and Matthew LaBorde work together at N Street Village’s MARJ and MAK Vocational Center. (John Kelly/The Post)
Chaquita Goode and Matthew LaBorde work together at N Street Village’s MARJ and MAK Vocational Center. (John Kelly/The Post)

In the intimidating quest for Social Security benefits, N Street Village helps

The Helping Hand partner works with homeless women to track down their benefits and get them job training.

D.C. plans shuttle service to help homeless kids get to school on time

The shuttle will serve families that the city houses in two hotels on New York Avenue.
The Magruder High School special-education teacher was arrested on five sexual offense counts, court documents show.
Prince George's County police are investigating the killing on Rollins Lane.
The local rejection of the state toll lanes study hints at a potential legal battle to come for Gov. Larry Hogan’s traffic relief plan.
It is believed to be the first time a same-sex couple has pursued a wrongful death against the tobacco industry, an attorney said.
A group helping the family said police mistreated the girl and a younger sibling while they were selling plantain chips in Columbia Heights.

She said she was denied a license because her “appearance didn’t match [her] legal gender marker and it would cause issues for facial recognition software," she said.
Now trending on Twitter: Did U.S. Ambassador Gordon Sondland make it to Dulles International Airport to catch his flight to Brussels?
The shooting followed a fight, police said.
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