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Gray Signs Bill That Includes Ban On Foam Containers Into Law

Restaurants won't be able to use foam containers by 2016. [ more › ]

Average Debt In D.C.: $65,532

If you don't count mortgages, the average debt in D.C. is $15,896. [ more › ]

Judge Gives D.C. 90 Days To Deal With Handgun Ruling

The ban, overturned by a federal judge, will go back into effect. [ more › ]

Judge: Former drug kingpin Cornell Jones owes the city more than $1 million

The news hasn’t gotten any better for D.C. gangster legend Cornell Jones since a jury found last month that he swindled the city out of nearly $330,000 worth of grant funds. A D.C. Superior Court judge entered final judgment in the case Friday, ordering that Jones and Miracle Hands, the nonprofit group he founded, pay […]

What The New Steak 'n Egg Will Look Like

It will be a part of a mixed-use building. [ more › ]

About Tonight: July 29, 2014

Tonight: Little Salon, a bar sing-a-long and more. [ more › ]

Reminder: There's Still Time To Comment On D.C.'s Longterm Transportation Plan

MoveDC puts an emphasis on cycling and transit and encourages a reduction in vehicle traffic. [ more › ]

President Warren Harding's Secret Love Letters Are Now Open To The Public

For the first time every, the love letters between President Warren Harding and his mistress are available to the public. [ more › ]

D.C.’s new gun normal

It’s going on three days now since a federal judge struck down the District’s ban on carrying weapons outside the home, and the scramble to figure out what exactly it means continues. City lawyers on Monday asked U.S. District Senior Judge Frederick J. Scullin Jr. to stay his ruling pending either an appeal or the opportunity to craft a […]

Watch: Diane Rehm Receives National Humanities Medal

Local public radio treasure receives the National Humanities Medal from President Barack Obama. [ more › ]

Morning Roundup: Goose In The Evening Edition

In the news: McDonnell trial will begin this morning, D.C. drops proposal to require 24-hour tattoo waiting period, and more. [ more › ]

Go Home Already: Bridges

End-of-day news: Why UberX drivers will never know how to navigate D.C., and more. [ more › ]

How Capital Bikeshare Has Changed Commuting Habits In D.C.

A new study makes a compelling case for using Captial Bikeshare over public transit systems to make short trips. [ more › ]

Pinball Wizards: Can Lyman's Tavern Resurrect Pinball Culture In D.C.?

At Lyman's Tavern in Columbia Heights, pinball culture is coming back in style. [ more › ]

Another Court Rules Virginia's Ban On Same-Sex Marriage Is Unconstitutional

"The majority's approach begins with the parties' agreement that 'marriage' is a fundamental right." [ more › ]

Here's Richard Nixon Discussing National Zoo Panda Sex

"The problem, however, with pandas is that they don't know how to mate. The only way they learn how is to watch other pandas mate. You see?" [ more › ]

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