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The feds could be stuck paying $48 million in rent for a Buzzard Point building they’re not using. [WBJ]

Ward 5 residents: Too many charters already, turn Shaed Elementary into a rec center. [GGW]

Relative to other cities building new soccer stadiums, D.C.’s getting a pretty average deal. [Post]

A profile of Ed Lazere, scourge of city-funded stadiums [Post]

A not-so-subtle message for Walmart: Big retailers can pay decent wages and thrive. [Atlantic]

Cop cars caught parking in Pennsylvania Avenue bike lanes. [DCist]

Grocery Invasion, beware: Online competition is increasing. [Post]

A chunk of the Red Line could close for weeks. [NBC4]

How can D.C. attract tech companies? By being a nice place to live and work. [GGW]

Today on the market: Benning townhouse with an eager seller