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Decriminalization of less than an ounce of marijuana would soon become law in the District, but Police Chief Cathy Lanier says she doesn't think it will have a "huge impact" on D.C. crime.
Buses on 16th Street in D.C. continue to be a major headache for commuters, as overcrowding leaves many would-be riders out in the cold. Change may be slow in coming.
Virginia's planned takeover of the Jefferson-Houston School in Alexandria has been the source of criticism, but it may be a lack of funding that ultimately puts the change on hold.
Maintaining a healthy mind into old age requires conscious effort in a number of factors, and according to a new index released this week, no state cultivates brains better than Maryland.
Residents and visitors spent $103 million on the underground sex economy in D.C. in 2007, down from $155 million in 2003.
In 2010, Christen McGinnes tried to take her own life. Now, she's working to help others struggling with depression.