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Wizards owner Ted Leonsis talked this week about a new practice facility. D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray says Washington should be the location.
NBC Washington has reported the Nationals' plans to build a roof over the 41,000 seat stadium in Southeast D.C.
There's a lesson to learn from Washington, D.C., health insurance commissioner William P. White and his recent public criticism of Obamacare's rollout: Don't.
It took nearly 15 years after voters approved medical marijuana for it to become available in the District of Columbia, but the next major change to pot laws in the nation's capital is on the fast track.
D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray said he wondered if budget cuts had something to do with a gunman getting onto the Washington Navy Yard on Monday, killing 12 before being killed himself.
In the wake of 12 people being murdered in Washington’s Navy Yard, D.C. Congressional Delegate Eleanor Holmes Norton asserted that the District “is still the safest city in the United States.”
Several online jihadists suggested Islamists were behind the deadly shooting at the Navy Yard as federal and local police investigated the motive behind the attack.
The Washington Nationals-Atlanta Braves game scheduled for Monday night has been postponed in the wake of the deadly shooting earlier in the day at the nearby Washington Navy Yard.
Hauling trash is a dirty job, and the men and women who haul the refuse, like the rest of us, deserve all they can get their employers to pay them. What none of us deserve is a government edict to tell employers how much to pay. But it's tempting for the politicians to do that, since it's not their money.