A dream of the late D.C. philanthropist Abe Pollin came true on Friday, when officials broke ground to mark the beginning of the construction of townhomes designed for low and middle income families in Ward 7.
Challengers to the Alexandria waterfront redevelopment plan won a hard-fought victory Thursday night when the city's Board of Zoning Appeals granted their challenge to the proposal. City leaders are planning an emergency response.
D.C. elections board officials will begin sorting through absentee ballots today in an attempt to determine whether Vincent Orange or Sekou Biddle is the winner of the Democratic primary in the at-large D.C. Council race.
In an otherwise turbulent legislative session, Maryland voted to ratify the 17th amendment to the Constitution 100 years after it went into effect. State senator and professor Jamie Raskin discusses the amendment's meaning to the populist movement.
Black men of all ages took the opportunity to speak about the realities of racial profiling during a community meeting last night in Southeast D.C. sparked by the recent outrage surrounding the case of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin.
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