The District advances on its plan to mitigate homelessness, but not without debate.
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So long, Neal Cohen. We barely got to know you.
Mayor Muriel Bowser has promised to end chronic family homelessness in D.C. within two years. Will moving people into shelters before the winter help?
Homicides are up almost 50 percent as compared with this point last year.
The salmonella scare may be over, but Fig & Olive's troubles are not.
"It's not a pretty moment for us, but it's an honest moment for us and we're not afraid to confront that," D.C. School Chancellor Kaya Henderson said Tuesday.
A man died after an alleged confrontation with police during an armed robbery at a liquor store.
Noodles, noodles everywhere
Independent contractors often lack the basic wages and protections full-time employees take for granted.
All good things come to an end.
Part of the mayor's anti-crime proposals may not pass muster.
This town runs on money.
The D.C. area risks losing Generation Y, according to a new report.
Bad lawyer, bad justice.
Local activists held a protest for 18-year-old Jason Goolsby Tuesday afternoon.