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A Dupont Circle restaurant that was the site of a deadly fight Sunday as a party let out had its liquor license suspended indefinitely but will be allowed to resume food sales.
The Metropolitan Police Department is waging war — not against criminals or illegal drugs, but rather AAA Mid-Atlantic.
Police departments around the country are working to shield their radio communications from the public as cheap, user-friendly technology has made it easy for anyone to use handheld devices to keep tabs on officers responding to crimes.
A controversial federal initiative aimed at cracking down on illegal immigrants prompted significant internal confusion among FBI officials and concern about information-sharing relationships between federal, state, and local governments, emails released Thursday show.
Barry's mayoral hires now at peak seniority; Virginia Democrats make final push for today's elections; Chief Lanier to get tough on 'confrontational' protesters; Ex-Justice Stevens says recent Maryland redistricting is 'outrageously unconstitutional'; Unqualified support for Gray pick to run 911 call center; Judge: Huguely attorneys can see Love's entire autopsy-medical history; George Washington University professor cut class but gave 'A' grades; O'Malley joins national effort for same-sex marriage.
Metropolitan Police Chief Cathy L. Lanier said Monday that Occupy D.C. demonstrators have become "increasingly confrontational and violent" and that the police department has adjusted its tactics accordingly.
Metropolitan Police Chief Cathy L. Lanier has the power to demote high-ranking officials without cause or due-process rights such as notice and a hearing, according to the District of Columbia Court of Appeals.
Metropolitan Police Chief Cathy L. Lanier anticipates gun violence to escalate as colder weather settles in. That seems to be the first and most logical conclusion to statements she made Tuesday, after a night of violence in every quadrant of the District.
D.C. Police Chief Cathy L. Lanier says the onset of cold weather allows people to conceal weapons in bulky clothes and causes upticks in violence like the six shootings that occurred in the District on Halloween night.