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Kick Off Summer By Watching This Zika-Prevention Rap Video

A mosquito biologist from Virginia created a song about Zika causes, symptoms, prevention tips, and more. [ more › ]

New Oversight Chair Trey Gowdy: 'I Was Not Elected The Mayor' Of D.C.

The new House Oversight Committee chair signals he won't intervene in D.C. affairs. [ more › ]

5 Reasons To Battle Lines At The Game Of Thrones Pop-Up Bar

Washington, meet Westeros. Sit on the Iron Throne and marvel at a lifelike dragon at the new Game of Thrones pub. [ more › ]

D.C. Man Found Dead In Western Maryland, Six Months After He Was Reported Missing

Campers in Little Orleans, Maryland found Ariel Arnaldo Espinal's decomposed body on April 21. [ more › ]

Morning Roundup: D.C.'s Hate Crimes, Mapped

Sanctuary cities are making arrests harder for ICE, D.C.'s porn habits changed during Comey testimony, and more. [ more › ]

Go Home Already: Relocation Of Barry Farm Residents To Begin This Summer

Plus, alleged graduation fraud, more D.C. Trump hotel drama, and other end-of-day news. [ more › ]

Governor Bowser, Of Douglass Commonwealth? Name Changes Could Happen Under New Bill

The D.C. Council would be renamed the Legislative Assembly of Washington, D.C. and councilmembers would become representatives under legislation introduced today by At-large Councilmember David Grosso. [ more › ]

Report: D.C. Has The Most Workers With Unused Vacation Days

A report by Project: Time Off shows that 64 percent of D.C. workers collectively have more than 17 million paid days from work. [ more › ]

As Yet Another Rep. Takes Aim At D.C. Gun Laws, Our Actual Leaders Would Like A Word

Guidebooks to lobbying members of Congress advise against contacting representatives who are not your own, which is a big problem for Washingtonians. [ more › ]

New D.C. Program Offers Groceries To Seniors In Wards 7 And 8

Residents who qualify based on income and access to food will have the option of receiving prepared meals, groceries, or both. [ more › ]

Bill Would Add Non-Binary Gender Option To D.C. Licenses

"Gender is a spectrum and some of our residents do not identify as male or female. Current licenses force residents to conform to genders that don’t accurately reflect their identity." [ more › ]

Classic Cocktailist: Cool Cocktails For Patio Drinking

This summer you’re likely to find juicy cocktails that are pre-batched and served in large format containers for group consumption. [ more › ]

DCist Wants Your Freelance Submissions

Music, arts, food, and news writers: send us your pitches. [ more › ]

10 Facts You May Not Know About Brookland

We go beyond the Northeast neighborhood's basics. [ more › ]

Morning Roundup: 'Sean Got Fatter'

So says Steve Bannon in a text about why press briefings are off camera, plus Bowser pens an op-ed about arrests in Turkish attack, and more in the news. [ more › ]

On Charnice Milton's 30th Birthday, A Bookstore In Her Name Takes Shape

Native Washingtonians, authors, and literary activist are working to open the only bookstore in Ward 8 to honor the slain reporter. [ more › ]

Go Home Already: Alexandria Police Officer Drew Gunman's Fire

Plus, two crowdfunding campaigns, and other end-of-day news. [ more › ]

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