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D.C. insurance commissioner William White canned after criticizing Barack Obama. [PostWBJ, NYT]

Andy Shallal fires his field director. [Post]

Judge denies Paul Zukerberg‘s for a request for an injunction to keep attorney general’s race in 2014. [LLPost]

District blows deadline for making Reeves Center/D.C. United stadium land swap deal. [Housing Complex]

Not even mayoral son Carlos Gray can get a liquor license for mega-bar. [Post]

John Settles, kicked off the 2013 at-large special election ballot on a petition challenge, is running again. [Post]

Shallal says he opted against running as an independent because he wants in on debates. [Post]

School boundaries debate centers on middle schools. [Post]

District’s vouchers program has weak financial controls. [Post]

Post ed board likes plan to cut University of the District of Columbia’s sports teams. [Post]

Vince Gray opens his 20th playground. [WAMU]

Tough times for Jack Evans‘ other employer. [Post]

Evans pal Mark Plotkin: Muriel Bowser “has a long way to go.” [Carol Joynt]

Another “knockout game” attack in Columbia Heights. [WJLA]

Dave Alpert: DDOT’s not delivering. [Post]

Tommy Wells goes to Georgetown, not all students won over. [The Hoya]

GSA issues guidelines for FBI headquarters search. [Housing Complex]

Billy Martin, lawyer of choice for the wealthy and in trouble. [Post]

Walmart eyes Oxon Hill. [Post]

Boomtown, continued. [Post]

Illustration by Jandos Rothstein