After 37 years, Idle Time Books in Adams Morgan is getting a new owner committed to its mission.
Race is on to collect 25,000 signatures in a week to save a law repealed by the D.C. Council.
Hospital executive says D.C. Council actions make deal “potentially impossible.”
Lawmakers also postponed action on a controversial plan to fast-track construction of a new hospital in Southeast Washington.
Powerful interests have long used donations as a tool to dominate government contracting.
Critics say the city is giving a sweetheart deal to George Washington University Hospital.
Many faith leaders say the payments to clean up rivers are an unfair burden and could harm their mission.
The bill would move the District’s electricity to 100 percent renewable sources by 2032.
Foggy Bottom leaders are set to vote on creating ‘Jamal Khashoggi Way.’
The Scottish Rite is seeking approvals for Dupont Circle abodes on its temple property amid neighbors’ opposition.
The council wants to break its promise to use new revenue to combat homelessness.
Advocates say the price will discourage smoking, but critics say customers are just buying off the street and outside the city.
Some environmental activists say recent changes allows power companies to charge customers twice for same expenses.
Campaign-finance reform package advances; mayor’s position unclear
Note to D.C.: Earning our trust begins with real campaign-finance reform.