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A slim majority of the D.C. Council voted to disapprove a controversial jail health contract.
Bowser wants police body camera footage exempted from FOIA requests.
Bullfrog Bagels is expanding.
Computers will soon control acceleration and braking on some Metro trains for the first time since the deadly 2009 crash.
Today's the day!
Kim Dickens donated a kidney to Marion Barry. Now, Barry's widow is suing her.
The National Transportation Safety Board is investigating another smoke incident that occurred on Metro.
Opening day for baseball in D.C. brings food and drink specials, perfect spring weather, and new security checks at the ballpark.
Proposed sales tax increase would help expand funding for homeless services.
D.C. tried to prepare for this winter's rise in homelessness. So how'd the crisis get worse?
The Zoning Commission voted to limit the controversial residences.
D.C.'s attorney general proposed that his office be able to keep $20 million annually from settlements, instead of putting that money into D.C.'s general fund.
Hundreds of people showed up for free marijuana seeds at a giveaway yesterday evening in Adams Morgan.
Sam Gilliam is having a moment.