“The pilot program would be just one bus, but if it proves successful, eventually each of the eight wards would be served by a mobile hygiene unit.”
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Our latest cover story looks at why D.C. let a disbarred lawyer serve as a [...]
Mayor Vince Gray isn't rushing to make any decisions on whether the city government and schools would be closed Wednesday, but he said at a press conference this afternoon that residents can expect a decision to be made by the 11 p.m. news broadcasts Tuesday night.
The freezing temperatures are expected to last through the week, [...]
Joyce Carol Oates was in D.C. over the weekend for the National Book Festival, but it appears it wasn't all literary bliss and fairy tales for the 75-year-old author.
Oates appeared to be complaining about the District's homeless population on Twitter today, calling people "wandering the streets" "delusional and very angry individuals" and saying she was [...]