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Whatever Happened To Herb From Peaches & Herb? He's Been Here In D.C. All Along

Herb Feemster is a security officer in D.C. now. But back in the day, he had a string of hits as part of Peaches & Herb.

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Clips: Eddie's Hair Creations Booming Even As Adams Morgan Changes

In our ongoing series on D.C.'s barber shops, we visit Eddie's Hair Creations, whose owner dreams of moving back to Ghana to open his native country's first barber school.

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Q&A With Kristy Greenwalt, Director Of D.C.'s Interagency Council on Homelessness

The director of the city's Interagency Council on Homelessness explains the mayor's new plan to end chronic homelessness by 2025.

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D.C. Drops Appeal Of Handgun Carry Ban Ruling, Will Fight Other Challenges

Attorney General Karl Racine announced this week that he was dropping an appeal of a ruling that overturned the city's ban on carrying handguns in public, but said he would fight two other challenges to the new law that allows residents to apply for concealed carry permits.

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Bowser Appoints New Deputy Mayor To Focus On 'Economic Opportunity'

D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser has created a new senior-level position to focus on neighborhoods in the city where poverty and unemployment have remained high and educational achievement and development low.
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Streetcar, 'Accountability' Among Key Points Of Bowser Address

D.C.'s new mayor said the H Street streetcar would survive and that "accountability" — from police, politicians and other officials — would be a defining aspect of her administration.

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D.C. Bans Official Travel To Indiana Over Controversial Religious Liberty Law

D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser has banned all government employees from traveling to Indiana, which recently passed a law that critics say legalizes discrimination against gay and lesbian residents.
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Uber Tweaks Airport Pickups To Create 'Virtual Queue'

Faced with rules that prevent its drivers from hanging out on airport property waiting for rides, Uber is tweaking its system for ride-hailing pick-ups at Reagan National and Dulles International airports.
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D.C. Zoning Commission Approves Limit On Pop-Ups In Certain Neighborhoods

The D.C. Zoning Commission on Monday voted to approve a proposal dropping the height limit of homes in certain residential neighborhoods from 40 to 35 feet, a measure meant to target pop-ups.
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Metro Tries To Move Buses Faster Without Dedicated Lanes

In an effort to get you where you're going faster, D.C. transit officials are pushing tactics like headway management and traffic signal prioritization to make buses a better, more reliable transportation option.

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