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Under the bill, large retailers making more than $1 billion a year in revenue would have to pay the new living wage.
Evans will join D.C. Council colleagues Muriel Bowser and Tommy Wells in the race for the city's highest office.
Some people want the city's primary to remain in April, while others would prefer June.
A bill being floated by Council member Tommy Wells (D-Ward 6) would allow police to close down businesses that traffic in stolen mobile phones for 72 hours.
Jennifer Hightower's mother struggled with drugs and health problems, but that didn't stop Jennifer from excelling in school.
A D.C. police officer was injured and a suspect killed in a shooting in Southeast D.C. on Wednesday afternoon.
A D.C. high school student who has lived with severe arthritis since she was 12 found freedom in creative writing—and soon she's off to college to study it.
D.C. officials say that the sinkhole may have been caused by water seeping into the roadway due to a misplaced manhole cover.
Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-D.C.) and Mayor Vincent Gray want members of Congress to avoid attaching strings to how D.C. can spend its own money.
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