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D.C. legislators who are running for mayor recently voted to close a loophole that allows individuals and businesses to donate money through multiple entities, but that doesn't mean they're not taking that money now.
Weather permitting, the first D.C. streetcar will be transferred to H Street NE on Friday, but passenger service will still have to wait.
Specialized cameras used by D.C. police are scanning and storing images of hundreds of millions of license plates, spawning fears among civil libertarians that motorists who have committed no crimes can be tracked.
D.C. Council member and mayoral contender Tommy Wells is taking on a new challenge today: he says he'll live off of what minimum wage workers make for a week.
Over the last decade Alexandria debt has more than doubled to $500 million, and it may only grow further with the construction of a Metro station at Potomac Yard. Some argue the investment — and debt — is worth it.
D.C. cab drivers have been put on notice: anyone denying credit card payments or using unauthorized payment service providers face the wrath of the city's taxicab commission.