The region’s residents welcome new jobs the retail giant will bring, but also worry about higher cost of living.
“I am more afraid of the roadways now than I have ever been, and I have been driving for 36 years.”
More residents are making trips using ride-booking services such as Uber and Lyft.
We know it seems like they’re everywhere in the region, but riders remain concentrated in the District.
The Washington Post canvassed members of the four relevant committees — Judiciary and Intelligence — in the House and Senate.
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.
However, support is uneven in the Maryland suburbs, and most residents regionwide say they are concerned about tolls being too expensive.
Blame over unauthorized immigration at the southern border falls about evenly between President Trump and congressional Democrats, according to a Post-ABC News survey.
A majority of Democrats say the United States is economically divided. Most Republicans and independents disagree.
There's little sign of a youth turnout wave on the horizon.