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Five stations on Metro's Orange Line will close this weekend for scheduled track work.
It's been a busy week in the District with the government shutdown showdown, and the Washington Post's Robert McCartney weighs in.
Since the shutdown began, D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray has been using a special reserve to keep the city running, but the reserves will soon run out. David Hawkings talks about Gray's efforts to get D.C. to spend its locally raised funds.
Keith Brown is stepping down as the women's basketball coach at Georgetown University, after being accused of verbal abuse.
Councilmembers in both Montgomery and Prince George's counties, this week, announced plans to hike the minimum wage in their jurisdictions.
The group 'Truckers for the Constitution' has resolved to drive to the Capital Beltway in protest of the federal government. It's still too early to say what effects the event could have on traffic in the region, but people are paying attention on social media.
With Medicaid funds choked off due to the government shutdown, a significant number of children in the District are left without primary care.
Judith Sandalow of the Children's Law Center explains the affects the government shutdown is having on vulnerable District residents who rely on the aid of non-profit organizations.
Republican lawmakers in Virginia are split on how and whether to address the partial government shutdown — some are breaking ranks with party leadership even as others dig in their heels.
Two weeks of the partial federal shutdown has eaten into Metro's bottom line, but the transit agency doesn't plan to change course — at least for the time being.