Open-government advocates and D.C. officials on Wednesday debated how much access the public should have to footage from body-worn cameras, which are expected to be in use by the city's 2,800 patrol officers within the next year.
Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx has handed off safety oversight of the Metro to Federal Transit Administration, but the federal agency will need to bring on more inspectors to keep up with the workload.
Virginia is one of the few places that holds elections in odd-numbered years, which means races where turnout is expected to be low, but — given how politically divided the commonwealth has become — the stakes are high. Here are 8 key races to watch next month.
D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser promised in September that passenger service on the city's long-delayed streetcar line would start later this year. But her top transportation official isn't making any promises.
We'll hear why the former head of DDOT thinks Metro should be run like a bike-sharing system, and we'll ask whether anti-Metro angst on social media can translate to real change. Plus, we'll visit a nail salon in Prince George's County to meet one of the D.C. region's most recognizable Internet celebrities.
Young undocumented DREAMers helped change the immigration debate in the United States. A new film chronicling DREAMers in the D.C. area is one of more than two dozen films in the second annual Greater Washington Immigration Film Fest.
Dozens of local charities recently sent letters to D.C. regulators supporting Pepco's controversial $7 billion merger with energy giant Exelon. But what do homeless shelters and food banks have to do with the local power company?
Given his expertise in transportation, we asked former D.C. Department of Transportation head Gabe Klein what he would like to see D.C. do — if cost was no issue — to improve how residents and visitors move around the nation's capital.
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