Author Archive for Jenny Rogers

Chatter: Year Itself

What you said about what we said last week.

Chatter: Why’s The Rent So Damn High?

What you said about what we said last week.

Chatter: Mayor-for-Strife

What you said about what we said last week.

Chatter: People Who Need People

What you said about what we said last week.

Chatter: Art Attack

What you said about what we said last week.

Chatter: MoodSwing Voters

What you said about what we said last week.

Chatter: Poll Dance

What you said about what we said last week.

No Arrests Made After Teens Storm Bus

"Too much sugar" might have been a factor.

Here Are Otters Playing With Pumpkins

Enjoy.

Chatter: Style Wars

What you said about what we said last week.

Joe Madden Found Safe (Updated)

The family of Joe Madden received a tip that the 23-year-old was on the campus of Catholic University on Wednesday.

Stephen Smith Is Out at Washington Examiner

Stephen Smith, the top editor at the Washington Examiner, is leaving the publication after more than seven years. His last day will be Sept. 5. Hugo Gurdon, previously the editor of The Hill, is taking over the top slot. Smith writes by email that Gurdon originally came on as "editorial director," and Smith was to [...]

WMATA Sued Over Strict Criminal Background Check Policy

The Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority's criminal background screening policies for employees unfairly discriminate against black workers, a class action suit filed today alleges.
The suit, filed by the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, the Washington Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights and Urban Affairs, and law firm Arnold & Porter, alleges that Metro and three [...]

No Charges for Officers in Controversial 2013 Capitol Hill Shooting

The U.S. Attorney's Office for D.C. announced today it had found insufficient evidence to charge officers who shot and killed Miriam Carey last October. Carey, a 34-year-old mother from Connecticut, had driven her car into a restricted White House checkpoint on Oct. 3. In the chaotic following minutes, Carey knocked down a Secret Service officer with her [...]

Chatter: Paid in China

What you said about what we said in our June 27 issue
In a rare moment of agreement, Washington City Paper readers have sounded in accord, and on a somewhat unlikely topic: a little-known federal visa program. In our June 27 cover story, Aaron Wiener reported on EB-5, which grants green cards to foreigners in exchange for their hefty investment [...]

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