A hearing into the personnel practices of D.C. Mayor Vincent C. Gray started this morning with council member Mary M. Cheh's announcement that a second hearing will be tentatively scheduled for April 7.
A former D.C. government worker said Monday he was directed by D.C. Mayor Vincent C. Gray's chief of staff to find a job for controversial mayoral contender Sulaimon Brown.
Metro Board member Peter Benjamin admitted he is taking the system's no eating or drinking rule personally.
The chairman of Congress' committee that oversees D.C. says the panel has started a probe into charges against Mayor Vincent Gray's office by a former mayoral candidate.
A Republican congressman with oversight of D.C. affairs said Thursday that he was "deeply concerned" about recent allegations against Mayor Vincent C. Gray and his committee will investigate.
D.C. Mayor Vincent C. Gray fired his chief of staff on Wednesday — the first major ouster of his young administration, increasingly under fire for missteps in hiring political appointees.
D.C. Mayor Vincent C. Gray has been in office just 2½ months, but his administration already is reeling under allegations that cash payoffs were made during his campaign and that he doled out high-paying city jobs to political friends who were either underqualified or had undisclosed criminal pasts.
Washington's U.S. Attorney's Office says it is assessing allegations by a former mayoral candidate about Mayor Vincent C. Gray's campaign.