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How is D.C. reaching out to its homeless population this winter?
A proposed benefit would cost the District hundreds of millions of dollars.
An ex-staffer for a U.S. Senator faces years in prison at his sentencing Friday after pleading guilty to a meth-distribution conspiracy.
He visited Silver Spring in 1971.
The Jan. 12, 2015 smoke incident at L'Enfant Plaza station left one dead and many injured. A year later, Metro is facing increased scrutiny.
The violence started Friday with a series of shootings.
A new book commemorates the club's history.
A new task force announced yesterday aims to combat robberies.
If ex-Mayor Vince Gray declares candidacy for the D.C. Council this year, new numbers could help his cause.
A hospital patient's death in October while he was in custody of security guards has been ruled a homicide.
The mayor says she's ready to come out swinging in 2016.
The number of police officers has fallen to its lowest level in a decade.
Staff Sergeant Peter Taub, a close relative of D.C. restaurateurs, died in Afghanistan this week.
This is the first year in D.C. that it'll be legal to gift small amounts of marijuana to others.