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D.C. rapper 'No Savage' charged with felony in Tysons mall shooting

The D.C.-based rapper accused of shooting a gun inside of Virginia's Tysons Corner Center in June will have his case sent to a grand jury. go to Article >

D.C. Council passes emergency resolution to allow bars to stay open 24/7 during World Cup

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Bars in D.C. will be able to stay open all day and serve alcohol 22 hours a day during the 2022 World Cup, thanks to a resolution passed by the D.C. Council on Tuesday. read more

GOP's Reardon Sullivan makes Youngkin-style run for executive in deep-blue Montgomery County

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Reardon Sullivan's push to become the first Republican Montgomery County executive in over 40 years hinges on a platform that emphasizes public safety over the demonization of police, transparency around school curriculum, and a business climate... read more

Judge OKs shooting victim's discrimination case against D.C. apartment building

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A D.C. Superior Court judge this month approved a discrimination lawsuit filed by a tenant who was kicked out of his luxury apartment after being wounded in his doorway in a shooting that likely targeted a neighboring apartment where drugs were... read more

D.C. aims to ban right turns at red lights by 2025

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The D.C. Council voted unanimously to pass a bill in the first step to ban right turns at red lights and allow cyclists to treat stop signs as yield signs by 2025. read more

District seminary gets $5 million grant to expand programs for non-traditional students

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Wesley Theological Seminary received a $5 million five-year grant to strengthen its programs for non-degree students, the Lilly Endowment Inc. announced Wednesday. read more

D.C. City Council approves new office to handle migrants bused to the city from Mexican border

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The D.C. City Council voted Tuesday to create a new Office of Migrant Services to handle the migrants being bused to the capital from the Mexican border by governors of southern states. read more

Washington Monument vandalized with red paint; man in custody

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A man was arrested for vandalizing the Washington Monument with red paint Tuesday evening, U.S. Park Police said. read more

House Democrats push bill to greatly expand home rule in D.C.

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Congressional Democrats are pushing legislation that would greatly expand "home rule" in D.C., untethering the city government from federal oversight of its criminal and legislative processes. read more

D.C. police dog found dead inside K-9 cruiser; investigation underway

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A D.C. police dog was found dead Monday inside of its marked K-9 police cruiser, according to authorities. read more

South Korean nonprofit joins Maryland program to bolster foreign investment

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A South Korean nonprofit is the newest partner in Maryland's program that seeks to attract international businesses to the state by offering resources such as mentorship and a temporary location to set up shop. read more

Senate Republicans want to nix 'racist' vaccine mandate in D.C. schools

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Senate Republicans want to overturn the COVID-19 vaccine mandate for public school students in Washington, accusing the requirement made by the city council of being "racist" because far fewer Black students are inoculated than their white peers. read more