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Will the District see streetcars by the end of this year? According to Mayor Vincent Gray, the answer is yes.
Washington is breathing a sigh of relief that the blizzard, which dropped more than two feet of snow on New England, didn't come here. Three years after snowpocalypse, the District says it's now prepared to handle a massive storm.
Natwar M. Gandhi, who has overseen the District of Columbia's finances since the dark days of the 1990s when the city was under federal control, announced his resignation Friday as the district's chief financial officer.
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District of Columbia officials are requiring Donald Trump's organization to pay millions in local property taxes to redevelop the Old Post Office Pavilion into a luxury hotel.
All taxicabs in the District of Columbia will be required to accept credit cards by March 30.
New police statistics for the District show a big decrease in the number of violent deaths, but sex crimes are way up and Mayor Vincent Gray wants to put more police on the streets.
U.S. Attorney Ronald Machen says he is temporarily moving out of the nation's capital and returning to his home in Silver Spring, Md.
The District of Columbia spent more than $700,000 preparing for major changes in the parking system for disabled drivers.
People who seek medical assistance for drug overdoses will get limited legal protections under a bill signed recently by District of Columbia Mayor Vincent Gray.
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