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Ron Machen and Vincent Cohen are ridding D.C. of corrupt officials. And everyone is taking notice.
The money is intended to jump-start commercial development much as has happened along H Street NE.
The Department of Employment Services application for funds is rejected because of problems.
FROM THE ARCHIVE | Shy political adviser allegedly involved in 2008 Clinton spending prefers to operate behind the scenes.
D.C. businessman Jeffrey Thompson admired the Clintons for years.
Wealthy D.C. area residents, summering on Nantucket, gather to boost Jack Evans’s run for mayor.
Court papers signal that Vernon Hawkins, accused of lying to federal authorities, has reached a plea deal.
Businessman allegedly at center of Gray “shadow campaign” reportedly backed at least 7 other candidates.
Jeffrey Thompson’s path to Washington success began on the dirt roads of rural Bull Savannah.
For some, there’s a desire to party during Inauguration weekend like it’s 2009. But at what price and at what hassle?