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DC Water GM Says Ruling Could Affect Water Bills

A judge's ruling requiring federal regulators to come up with tougher pollution standards for the Anacostia River has the head of the DC Water District's water utility concerned.

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The Hill's Alex Bolton: So Many Debt Limit Plans, So Little Time

Talks on the debt limit negotiations are largely stalled, as Democrats and Republicans now work on their own separate plans. Alex Bolton, senior staff writer for The Hill newspaper, talks with WAMU All Things Considered host Pat Brogan about the current status of talks.

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Md. Redistricting: Democrats Target Bartlett's Seat

Maryland Democrats are trying to gain another blue congressional seat as efforts to redistrict the state get under way.

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CQ Roll Call: Debt Ceiling Talks Drag On, Hundreds of FAA Furloughs in D.C. Area

David Hawkings, editor of the CQ Roll Call Daily Briefing, talks about the latest news on Capitol Hill, including on-going debt ceiling negotiations between the House and the Senate, as well as the furlough of around 900 Federal Aviation Administration employees.

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Federal Judge To Determine Outcome Of State Sen. Ulysses Currie

In Maryland, a federal judge is determining whether to drop all remaining corruption charges against a powerful Democratic state senator from Prince George's County.

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Brown Comments On Thomas Case: Says He's 'Disappointed' With The Situation

D.C. Council Chairman Kwame Brown says he is "disappointed" with the situation involving Council member Harry Thomas Jr.

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D.C. Council Members Call For Harry Thomas Jr.'s Resignation

A second D.C. Council member has called for the resignation of colleague Harry Thomas Jr.

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