Neighbors argue the area is at a “tipping point” and are fighting Dacha, a beer garden that would replace vacant lot
To Scottish Rite freemasons, Confederate general Albert Pike was a hero. A bust of him sits atop a grand staircase at their 16th Street temple. A shrine there displays relics of his life and death, i...
Council member pushes bill that would end penalties for sex workers.
Some say an ‘employer mandate’ would be harder to enforce than current law.
An appeals court’s ruling takes effect, loosening license requirements.
“I did not only fight for me,” ex-employee says of long legal ordeal.
With the “good reason” requirement dropped, now what happens?
City officials feared a loss at high court would have ripple effects on gun laws nationwide.
What the city can do may be limited by oversight from congressional Republicans.
Experts say a Supreme Court ruling on concealed-carry case could affect other states.
D.C. Council unanimously votes to end ban of dogs from restaurant and bar patios
Health department says it is enforcing the law, but critics decry a ‘war on pets.’
New budget raises question of whether public hospital’s obstetrics ward will reopen.
D.C.’s top health regulator was “very upset” in March by the quality of care at the city’s only public hospital, an official says.
With broad — if not passionate — support among voters, the mayor has no serious challengers.