Hundreds of D.C. taxicab drivers have come together with the Teamsters to create an association that will better represent their interests — and help fight what they say are regulations that are nickel-and-diming them to death.
For the first time in 30 years, the District of Columbia is redrawing its school boundaries and feeder patterns. Kojo explores how school maps could be redrawn and how the process will play out before the changes take effect in the 2015-2016 school year.
It is estimated the District lost millions in sales tax revenue as hotel rooms and restaurant tables stayed empty because federal workers and tourists stayed home during the federal government shutdown.
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