Posts Tagged ‘district line daily’

District Line Daily: School’s Out

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The deputy mayor for education released the new school boundaries Thursday, ending a nearly yearlong process of city [...]

District Line Daily: The Education Issue

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The Education Issue is on stands today. Read it to find out about social activism at [...]

District Line Daily: Michael Brown, Still Fighting

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Former D.C. Councilmember Michael Brown, who is currently in jail, is still fighting the D.C. ethics board's charges against him—charges [...]

District Line Daily: Hold That Gun Law

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The District is asking a federal judge for more time before a ruling that would overturn [...]

District Line Daily: D.C. Stands With Ferguson

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About 20 people silently demonstrated in front of the White House this weekend, calling for the prosecution [...]

District Line Daily: Bloody Week

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Twenty-one people have been struck by gunfire in D.C. since Friday, including seven people last night [...]

District Line Daily: The Beer Issue

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The 2014 Beer Issue—your hub for everything beer in D.C.—is here. Have at it.
LEADING THE MORNING [...]

District Line Daily: Police Officer Shot in Attempted Car Jacking

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Police officers are on the search for three or four men after the attempted car jacking [...]

District Line Daily: Bowser’s $1 Million of Treasures

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Democratic Mayoral Candidate Muriel Bowser has more than a $1 million in her campaign coffers, more than twice [...]

District Line Daily: Streetcars’ Slow Roll

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D.C. streetcar operators navigated the new vehicles through obstructions and incoming threats along H Street and Benning Road NE during [...]

District Line Daily: Kids Invade the Darndest Buildings

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The White House is one of the most secure buildings on the planet (well, unless your [...]

District Line Daily: Plan C

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Mayoral candidate—and ex-Republican—David Catania had once hoped to face the embattled Mayor Vince Gray in November's general election. Gray lost the [...]

District Line Daily: Catania’s Almost in the Race

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Mayoral candidate David Catania turned in 7,000 signatures—more than twice the required amount—to the D.C. Board [...]

District Line Daily: One of the Many Relisha Rudd Case Mysteries

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Countless mysteries still persist in the unsolved case of missing 8-year-old Relisha Rudd. Today the Washington Post examines [...]

District Line Daily: Worldly Traffic

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Various roads, mostly in downtown D.C., will be closed this week for the U.S. Africa Leaders [...]

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