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D.C. officials sketched out the route of a new M Street bicycle lane on Monday, which would feature many improvements over existing designs, including a greater buffer against automobile traffic.
The D.C. ethics board has admonished a legislator for interfering with health officials who were trying to close a business that was infested with rats.
D.C. Taxi Commissioner Ron Linton and Nicholaus Kipke, the new minority leader of the Maryland House of Delegates, join us in studio.
Sure, people in D.C. might be stressed, but a recent survey found that D.C. had the third happiest young professionals in the country — the highest this side of California.
D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray is set to introduce a new bill that would allow undocumented immigrants to obtain driver's licenses.
A D.C. legislator is pushing for the Washington Redskins to change their controversial team name.
David Catania took over as head of the Education Committee for DCPS, and in looking to implement his own ideas, he calls into question current goals set for student proficiency.
One way to increase the closure rate in arson cases is simply to solve more crimes. The other, according to a Washington Post report, is to change the definition of what constitutes arson.
Kojo and Tom Sherwood take stock of D.C.'s recent special election and ponder the future of the region's politics.
So far it appears the D.C. budget autonomy referendum overwhelmingly approved by D.C. voters faces no major opposition in Congress. Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton says it's quite the opposite.
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