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One of the nation's prominent and most vocal religious leaders has made up his mind about who he wants to win the D.C. Democratic mayoral primary in April — and you get to read it here first.
This column is going to read like an endorsement in the D.C. race for mayor.
Candidates for mayor of Washington are laying out competing proposals to improve public education in the city.
The government of Venezuela will celebrate the legacy of its late socialist president Hugo Chavez this month at a coffee shop owned by a radical Washington, D.C., mayoral candidate who has said Israel controls U.S. foreign policy.
D.C. mayoral candidate Andy Shallal says he wants the city "to be great for everyone, not just for some."
In political battles to raise the minimum wage, activists love to trot out a handful of business owners who support new mandates. These so-called "high road" employers - part of an umbrella group called Business for a Fair Minimum Wage - act as a foil for other businesses who warn of the consequences of forcing higher labor costs on low-margin employers.