McDuffie has represented Ward 5 on the council since 2012.
D.C. council members are "cautiously optimistic" that they can pass legislation legalizing the sale of marijuana, but only if Senate Republicans play ball.
After years of court delays, the mayor and council are maneuvering to remake the former sand filtration site.
The Ward 8 representative is the second member of the D.C. Council to say he will run for mayor, potentially challenging Muriel Bowser, who will likely seek a third term.
The D.C. Council member, who was resoundingly elected in his last citywide campaign, plans to challenge incumbent Mayor Muriel E. Bowser, who is expected to seek a third term.
The District’s first elected attorney general says he won’t run next year but will remain involved in local politics.
Nathan Fleming, the former U.S. shadow representative, and Ambrose Lane Jr., a health-care advocate, are planning to challenge incumbent Bonds in the Democratic primary next year.
The council also passed a resolution that mandates council members and their staffs to be vaccinated by Oct. 31, unless they are granted a religious or medical exemption.
Many residents living in Wards 7 and 8 travel to the organization’s location in Northwest.
George Washington University Medical Faculty Associates and George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences will offer various services.
The ANC commissioner will challenge incumbent Phil Mendelson for the Democratic nomination.
As 771 arrives, longtime residents ask (anxiously), “Can I keep my 202?” (The answer is yes.)
The city hopes an increase in spending can come close to ending chronic homelessness altogether.
The $375 million hospital is scheduled to open in 2024.
The agency’s previous director, Beth Bresnahan, resigned abruptly in February.
The District's mayor and governors from Maryland and Virginia held a panel discussion in downtown Washington for about 200 business leaders.
The House Armed Services Committee passed the measure, but its future in the Senate is uncertain.
MedStar will stay in the city's insurance program for Medicaid patients.
Zachary Parker is the second candidate running for the Ward 5 seat currently held by Kenyan McDuffie.