D.C. officials promised a new site last summer. Instead, they have a balky, outdated one from the early 2000s.

George Valentine served as the deputy director of Muriel E. Bowser’s office of legal counsel. He was the fourth covid-19 fatality in the District.

The District, which has more confirmed covid-19 cases than 18 states, will get hundreds of millions less in relief funds.


A draft of the bill treats the District as a U.S. territory, not a state, despite confirmed cases

Grants, aid would ease economic pain for local businesses and help vulnerable populations during pandemic.

Decision by Mayor Muriel E. Bowser comes after fatality, spike in known cases.

Amid shutdowns and rising patient counts, the top leaders in Maryland, D.C. and Virginia showcase their differences.

The Democratic former Ward 2 council member is still running for a permanent term after resigning amid scandal.

Lazere unsuccessfully challenged Council Chairman Phil Mendelson (D) in the 2018 primary.

AMC Theatres pulls out, leaving the Art Deco gem vacant.

Even as public labs come online, doctors are the gatekeepers for who can be tested.

Racine, a Democrat, said he has not ruled out running for mayor if circumstances change.

Once-prolific fundraiser turns to public financing to reclaim the seat he gave up in scandal.

A judge’s ruling stops an outdoor advertising company that wanted to install digital signs that the city says violates code. The company says it will appeal.

Security costs for five out-of-state trips reached $12,000, in line with earlier mayors.

Harry Thomas Jr. was chosen for a Democratic Party leadership post.

Evans faced a hostile crowd in first public appearance for D.C. Council comeback bid

Owner of Line hotel contests findings that it failed to hire enough D.C. residents.

The former D.C. Council member is slated to appear at a candidate forum Thursday night.

National group co-founded by a man accused of sexual misconduct drew criticism from D.C. area sex-work activists.

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