An audit of the District's election on Nov. 4 found a number of problems, according to a new report, including outdated equipment and a lack of full accessibility for disabled voters.
Lawyers for the son of the late Marion Barry say he will turn himself over to police following an incident at a local bank in which he cursed at a teller and destroyed a security camera.
Metro Connection marks the 40th anniversary of home rule in D.C. What's next in the push for voting rights and statehood?
D.C. has a new shadow delegation to fight for it on Capitol Hill, and members say they're primed for some much-needed exposure.
If you thought D.C. was done with elections for a bit, hold on for a second. There are now council seats to fill in Ward 8 and Ward 4 come April.
The death of former Mayor Marion Barry not only leaves a hole in the hearts of many D.C. residents, but it leaves a vacancy on the city council.
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