D.C. residents are asking serious questions about plans to dissolve the D.C. Children and Youth Investment Trust Corp. They deserve answers. Let the chips fall where they may. As the chairwoman of the Committee on Health and Human Services, which has oversight of the D.C. Trust, I had questions long before dissolution plans were announced. […]
She helped overhaul the menu at the Neighborhood Restaurant Group bakery's two locations.
Measures would prevent D.C. from declaring fiscal independence from Congress
Policy would require students to wear tops or dresses that "cover the posterior area in its entirety," and students are outraged.
Caring for her crack-addicted mom as a teen derailed Martece Yates’s college dreams. At nearly 40, she’s a new college graduate with career aspirations.
No penalties, no commissions; the measure is “aspirational in nature.”
Punishing heat may spare eastern United States if new forecasting technique has the right idea.
Ryan has only grown more isolated since declaring he was “just not ready” to back the New York businessman.
Dried figs dipped in chocolate, olive oil and balsamic vinegar bars, Greek yogurt that is actually from Greece... all in one Dupont Circle shop. [ more › ]
Metrorail track work is taking place on five of six lines. [ more › ]
It's more of a brick house than a white house. [ more › ]
The return of Jazz in the Garden, Donny McCaslin, SAGA, and much more. [ more › ]
The deal launched in December, and it ends June 30. [ more › ]
Turn your life into a live performance, hack an electronic toy, and more. [ more › ]
In the news: Details on another incident involving alleged Metro rapist, the Washington Ballet's first season with a new artistic director, and more. [ more › ]
Memorial Day closings CLOSED EVERYWHERE Banks Federal government offices Post offices Courts Most No mail delivery except for Express Mail Except for adult arraignments and new juvenile r...
One incredible thunderstorm spawned at least a dozen tornadoes on Tuesday night, and we were there to witness it.
The order is a first step toward creating a new commission with Maryland and the District.
Highway agencies trying to ease traffic jams usually come up with their method of choice — widen a road, expand an intersection, re-time traffic signals — and then ask companies for their best price. But Maryland’s highway agency is about to try a new approach, one that state officials believe is a first in the country. […]
Delays for drivers on the inner loop of the Capital Beltway in Prince George's County