Several men were locked in their cells as the unit filled with smoke.
Metro’s Financial Crisis Demands Leadership from D.C. But the Prospect of New Taxes is Making Politicians Skittish.
The regional transit agency is facing a $750 million deficit. Leaders know it needs a dedicated source of funding, which almost certainly requires some politically unpopular choices.
D.C. reached this grim milestone before the beginning of October for the first time since 1997.
D.C. Democrats’ Legal Challenge to Initiative 83 Exposes Long-Simmering Frustrations with Party Leadership
Some feel party chair Charles Wilson is cutting them out of major decisions, including the move to challenge the new ballot initiative in court.
A small group gathered on Sunday, Sept. 24, to say goodbye to the impatient political commentator.