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Go Home Already: What To Put On The Inaugural Metro SmarTrip Cards?

Some ideas. Plus, D.C. Police go after pot-related business, a look at D.C.'s new plan to fight HIV, and other end-of-day news. [ more › ]

Overheard in D.C.: Important Political Decisions

"The neck beard has to go if he wants to be in the Senate." [ more › ]

Labor Activists Fear Freeze On New Workforce-Related Laws In D.C.

Chairman Phil Mendelson said earlier this week that he would seek a moratorium on "similar laws" in the wake of the Universal Paid Leave Act. [ more › ]

Mayor Wants 5,000 New Tech Jobs For Underrepresented Workers By 2020

It's part of a new plan to make D.C. the "nation's premier hub for technology inclusion." [ more › ]

Dish of the Week: Colorful Pozole for Gray Days

Literally meaning "hominy" in Spanish, pozole is a traditional soup that sits somewhere between a soup and a stew. [ more › ]

Comet Ping Pong Increases Concert Security In Response To Pizzagate

Plus, local arts and culture site Brightest Young Things has now been drawn into the conspiracy. [ more › ]

How to Eat Your Way Through D.C. This Week

Celebrate the end of prohibition, find pizza-making classes for kids, and learn about some whiskey. [ more › ]

Garden District Wants to Liquor Up Your Christmas

Now through December 18th, the outdoor bar and barbecue joint is re-imagined as a Christmas beer garden. [ more › ]

Photos: Obama Belts Out 'Jingle Bells' At His Last National Christmas Tree Lighting

"Before we leave tonight, I just want to express what an incredible honor it has been to serve this country, and feel its warmth, and to feel its generosity," Obama said. [ more › ]

First Look: Ambar Clarendon's Upgraded Taste of Belgrade

It is significantly bigger than the D.C. location and about half the dishes on the menu are different. [ more › ]

Morning Roundup: Metro Knew About Track Problems Months Before Derailment

Plus the neighborhoods where home prices jumped the post, Shaw Bijou opens up its bar to walk-ins, and more in the news. [ more › ]

Potomac Riverkeepers Offer $1,000 Reward For Info On Mysterious Pollution

The 14-mile long, 30 by 60 feet wide sheen of unidentified pollutant continues to puzzle local and federal authorities as it inches closer to the District. [ more › ]

Buses Honor Rosa Parks On 61st Anniversary Of Iconic Arrest

There are lots of D.C. spots to learn more about the woman Congress called "the first lady of civil rights." [ more › ]

Zagat Calls D.C. The 'Hottest Food City' Of 2016

And apparently, they're not talking about the weather. [ more › ]

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