Bard College will open a school next fall that will allow students to graduate high school with a two-year college associate’s degree.
Unanimously approved legislation empowers administration to halt hospital shutdown.
A listing of recent residential real estate transactions in Prince George’s County.
These were among incidents reported by D.C. police.
Animal was captured Monday near 32nd Street and Nebraska Avenue. It was euthanized and tested positive for the virus, health department says.
The measure would have ended a system that allows employers to count tips for minimum wage.
An estimate from the chief financial officer that the new rules would cost the city $104 million over four years causes lawmakers to pause.
Education Secretary Betsy DeVos must implement regulations allowing defrauded students to cancel student debt.
Angela Smith, 55, died in incident at home on Dexter Terrace SE.
The positions wield little power in the District but have attracted significant amounts of money this election cycle.
White city council member faces black challenger in contest colored by a city’s resentments
Can the school, so recently besieged, position itself as a model for other institutions?
James A. Wolfe admitted lying to the FBI about his use of encrypted messaging.
Bowser praised the candidate’s business acumen during a get-out-the-vote event.
“We don’t come to church to worship the priests,” one parishioner said. “It’s a higher power.”