Next week the D.C. Council will vote on an emergency bill that will allow residents to carry handguns outside their homes, though it will impose significant restrictions on who can carry and where they can go with their gun.
Opponents of a ballot initiative that would legalize the possession of marijuana and allow D.C. residents to grow up to six plants in their homes today launched their campaign against the measure, urging residents to vote it down on Nov. 4.
Concerns about D.C. police and and their perceived discriminatory practices were the topic of conversation at a town hall in Anacostia on Tuesday night in the wake of the shooting death of Mike Brown in Ferguson, Miss.
The District Department of Transportation will begin simulated streetcar service on H Street in less than two weeks, keeping the project on a timeline that could see it open before the end of the year.
The ankle injury suffered by Washington quarterback Robert Griffin III may not be as bad as originally thought, as coach Jay Gruden has declined to put him on injured reserve for the rest of the season.
On the construction of second phase of the Silver Line, MWAA has opted to comply with state environmental regulations governing stormwater runoff into the Chesapeake Bay watershed, potentially adding additional costs and construction time.
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