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Activists in D.C. are pushing a ballot initiative that would increase the city's minimum wage to $12.50 an hour, above the $11.50 signed into law by Mayor Vincent Gray earlier this year.
The NoMa Business Improvement District has started to provide free Wi-Fi in some parts of the neighborhood, but some users say the service is still too sluggish.
Longtime movie lovers say they'll miss the shop, but they'll especially mourn the gradual death of an American tradition.
A conflict between the D.C. Council and Mayor Vincent Gray over whether or not the city now enjoys budget autonomy is heading to court, and a ruling could have an impact on how this year's budget process plays out.
The population of the District of Columbia is expected to reach 880,000 people by 2040, a level it has not seen since 1950.
Though years away, the proposal would start with carpool lanes and expand to include toll lanes on one of the busiest bridges crossing the Potomac.