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Nearly two years after Crystal Washington was shot to death at a busy D.C. intersection, her death looms large in closed-door talks at the U.S. attorney's office in Washington, where prosecutors soon will decide whether to seek the death penalty against two men charged with killing her to keep her from testifying.
Ward 4 activist Cherita Whiting, an early and strident supporter of Vincent C. Gray during his successful mayoral campaign, was chosen by Mr. Gray's transition team out of 67 applicants for a newly created "special assistant" position with the Department of Parks and Recreation, reporting solely to the chief of staff.
"Wow, what else?" That was the question an undercover D.C. police officer posed to a masseuse during an October 2009 investigation of a now-shuttered massage parlor across the street from the U.S. Marine Corps barracks on Eighth Street Southeast.
She told him to take off all his clothes and then follow her into the shower room at a downtown Washington massage parlor. He didn't say no.
Police bomb experts are responding to a report of a suspicious package in northeast Washington.
Packed suitcases sat on the enclosed porch of a two-story, white-painted brick home in the affluent Spring Valley neighborhood of Northwest Washington, the scene of a brazen burglary attempt early last week by D.C. youths.
A federal grand jury in Washington, D.C., has indicted nine people on charges of conspiring to sell large quantities of crystal methamphetamine in the nation's capital as part of a drug smuggling operation directed by cartel bosses in Mexico, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) said Wednesday.
The case of the missing Washington intern devastated a family, destroyed a congressman's career and sparked a media frenzy, but the question of who killed Chandra Levy went unanswered for nearly a decade until a jury on Monday convicted a Salvadoran illegal immigrant of first-degree murder.
A senior Metropolitan Police Department official has been placed on administrative leave while authorities investigate a charge that she helped other senior officers cheat on a department exam.