Muriel Bowser is set to begin her second term as D.C.’s mayor, with a swearing-in ceremony set for Wednesday morning at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center.
The Clean Energy D.C. Omnibus Act of 2018, one of the toughest laws on clean energy in the nation, was passed unanimously by the DC Council Tuesday. This means the city will run on 100 percent renewable energy by 2032.
The D.C. Council passed a bill regulating sports gambling in the District on Tuesday. But how much gold is there really in the gold rush to capitalize on the industry?
The D.C. Council unanimously approved a bill that requires major disclosures from individuals with ownership interests in any limited liability corporation in the District, a move expected to create sweeping implications for the business community.
A legislation that exempts children’s play groups from day-care type regulations is moving forward in the D.C. Council. The legislation will be up for a second and final vote on Dec. 18.
The D.C. Council voted 10-2 to decriminalize failing to pay the fare on Metrorail or buses and lowered the fine to $50 Tuesday night. Metro opposed the change.
A measure that would allow law enforcement to temporarily size guns from people deemed to be in crisis is heading to the D.C. City Council for a vote.
D.C. is doing something different this season when it comes to snow removal: There’s a new “non-motorized trail” work detail specifically assigned to clearing bike paths, bridge deck sidewalks and ramps compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act at intersections.
A walk to remember at least 10 pedestrians who were killed while crossing or walking along D.C.’s streets this year endured the cold, slush and rain Thursday night.
The Office of the State Superintendent of Education in D.C. is trying to regulate an informal Capitol Hill play group that’s been operating since 1973.
A bill that would expand the crime of extortion is moving forward in the D.C. Council after passing unanimously through a committee Thursday.
Even though the District isn’t a state there are plenty of reasons to vote in the general election Nov. 6. Here’s what you need to know.
A new bill in front of the D.C. Council would legalize and regulate sports betting in the District. But how would it all work, who would it benefit, and when would the infrastructure actually be in place if the bill passes?
“Sports betting is going to happen and I believe we should act before our neighboring jurisdictions,” said D.C. Councilmember Jack Evans, at a public hearing for the District’s sports gambling measure.
D.C. residents and officials envision a time when the number of pedestrian deaths falls to zero, but with several recent fatal collisions, many are beginning to question why progress has been so slow.
The three-part series "The making of Marion Barry" looks at how the future mayor got his start in the civil rights movement, how he became a power player in the city and his enduring legacy.