After three deaths on D.C.’s roads in a three-day span, D.C. Council members introduced a series of bills and announced plans for others that aim to finally make the city’s streets safer.
The D.C. Council voted unanimously to formally reprimand Council Member Jack Evans after allegations the longtime District lawmaker used his public office for personal gain.
On the docket for a Tuesday D.C. Council meeting is Chairman Phil Mendelson’s proposed reprimand of Jack Evans, who’s accused of violating the council’s code of conduct by using his public office for personal gain.
D.C. Council Chair Phil Mendelson fielded questions from reporters about the possibility of a federal inquiry into the business dealings of Ward 2 Council member Jack Evans.
As DC Streetcar service turns 3 years old Wednesday, riders hoping for an extension of the 2.2-mile line to make it more useful have a long wait ahead. Still, the streetcar has carried more than 3 million trips since it launched, in part because riding is free. Find out what’s ahead.
Metro wants to extend its reduced rail service hours for track maintenance for at least another year — and Mayor Muriel Bowser hasn’t been shy to let Metro know she’s unhappy the rail system is not ready to restore full service.
The D.C. Council voted Tuesday night to take more time and look at a piece of legislation, which would still face obstacles even if members do approve it.
One day before the full D.C. Council considers lowering the city’s voting age from 18 to 16, the main lawmaker behind the effort is expressing strong optimism that his bill will soon be law.
The initiative approved by voters in June would have raised minimum base pay for tipped workers to standard minimum wage over a period of time.
Bicycles were splayed across the roadway through Dupont Circle in the District and drivers honked during a “ghost rider” vigil Wednesday night near where a 20-year-old man was killed while riding his rented electric scooter.
Those in favor and opposed to a $15 an hour minimum for tipped employees in the District are making their points known to the D.C. Council.
Three people listed as signature collectors for S. Kathryn Allen’s campaign say they never collected signatures. They say their information appears to be forged.
Last year, D.C.’s school system said 73 percent of its students graduated on time. It was later discovered that a third of the students were allowed to graduate despite violations of school policy, such as excessive unexcused absences.
Ethics officials in the District are investigating Ward 2 Council member Jack Evans’ dealings with a digital sign company that would have benefited from legislation Evans proposed
A D.C. housing official has resigned in the wake of a controversy over a rally he organized at which a D.C. council member was derided as a “fake Jew” and Jewish people were called “termites.”
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.