The silly law regulating changes to gas stations should be repealed. [Post]

Architect pursues globe-shaped global trade center atop I-395. [WBJ]

An April Fools’ imagining of a 10-story pop-up. [UrbanTurf]

A D.C. high-school dropout tries to get his GED and escape the streets. [National Journal]

Washingtonians can’t agree on what to call that airport in Arlington. [Post]

D.C., not a national innovation capital quite yet. [District, Measured]

Bicycle collisions jumped 32 percent last year. [WashCycle]

Today on the market: Chevy Chase cottage—-$899,000

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