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Michael Brown is being charged with bribary for having taken money from federal agents posing as D.C. businessmen looking for access to city contracts.
The longtime D.C. council member took $6,800 worth of gifts from two companies that do business with D.C.
This week, we'll visit D.C's Shepherd Park and the Northridge neighborhood of Alexandria, Va.
Kojo and Tom chat with Deborah Hersman, chair of the National Transportation Safety Board, and Jack Evans, longtime member of the D.C. Council and soon-to-be mayoral candidate.
Young undocumented immigrants share what they're doing to reframe ideas about American identity.
As summer interns descend upon the District, we tip our hats to the newbies, novices and neophytes among us.
Under the new law, residents would no longer have to publish legal name changes in local newspapers.
A hearing on D.C. taxicab safety prompted calls for plexiglass dividers to protect drivers from passengers and more efforts to allow passengers to file complaints against scofflaw drivers.
Some 322,000 tickets were handed out in 2012 for expired meters, almost half the number of all tickets.
The foundation says that participation in the event and fundraising had both fallen.
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