• Perspective

This graduation season, the college admissions scandal has forced us to consider who deserves to walk across those stages — and who doesn’t.

But it’s being done from Seattle to the District, and it’s saving parents thousands of dollars.

  • Brenda Iasevoli
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Was reported to be on her way to work at HQ.

Ten weeks of maximum daylight began Friday.

The defendants were ordered to stay away from Venezuelan officials and 10 diplomatic properties.

A D.C. pilot program gives Medicaid patients weekly $20 vouchers for fresh produce.

A list of properties in the District that you can visit Saturday and Sunday.

The District is among several U.S. cities studying congestion pricing as a way to reduce traffic and raise money for transit. It’s a tough sell.

Officials say more victims of fatal shootings are suffering multiple wounds

Protests inside and outside the embassy have continued nonstop for nearly three weeks.

Fireworks display on the Mall should remain as is, Mayor Muriel Bowser says

The victim was shot in a parking lot outside an apartment building in Southeast Washington

A new law governing minor offenses in the transit system needs a fix, officials said.

Jordan Grossman, a former Obama administration staffer, calls for cleaner government

BUYING NEW | Newton House project “took old bones and made them look new and modern” in an eight-unit condo building.

  • Audrey Hoffer
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