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Grassley now seeks answers from Fairfax prosecutor on John Geer police slaying

Sen. Charles Grassley (R-Iowa) is continuing his quest to break the silence surrounding the August 2013 Fairfax County police killing of John Geer in Springfield. After sending letters last month to the Fairfax police chief and the U.S. attorney in Alexandria, Grassley has now sent a letter to Fairfax Commonwealth’s Attorney Raymond F. Morrogh, asking […]

Go Home Already: District of Co

End-of-day news: Council chairman will send pot legalization bill to Congress, Marion Barry's son considering run for Ward 8 seat, and more. [ more › ]

D.C. Begins Housing Families In Overflow Hotel As Exits Slow

Only 50 families exited shelter between November 1 and December 12. [ more › ]

Last-Chance Gifts For The Discerning Guy In Your Life

You're running out of days to get an awesome gift delivered in time! Place an order today and you can get the perfect thing wrapped and ready before A Christmas Story hits the air and the last latke leaves the pan. [ more › ]

Bowser Pitches Washington 2024 To U.S. Olympic Committee

We might find out as soon as this evening if D.C. has won the bid from the USOC to host the 2024 Olympics. [ more › ]

Page and Perspective: Torn Between Integrity, Love, and Holocaust Reparations

Boris Fishman will discuss his debut novel, "A Replacement Life," Thursday at the D.C. JCC. [ more › ]

Atlas Brew Works Beer Will Now Be Sold In Cans

The D.C. brewery's District Commons and Rowdy. [ more › ]

About Tonight: December 16, 2014

Tonight: Holiday trivia, Italian food tasting, and more. [ more › ]

Eight Nights of Latkes

From old school latkes to updates versions. [ more › ]

#BlackLivesMatter at the John A. Wilson Building

Dozens of city hall staffers walked out of the John A. Wilson Building Tuesday morning in protest — of the decision of grand juries not to indict the white police officers involved in the deaths of Michael Brown and Eric Garner, who were African American, but also of the congressional budget deal that seeks to […]

Morning Roundup: Flags of America Edition

In the news: lottery for citywide schools is now open, Bowser rakes in a lot of inauguration cash, and more. [ more › ]

You Should Probably Just Avoid The Metro This Morning

No seriously, avoid the Blue, Orange, and Silver Lines. [ more › ]

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