The would-be first leasee forwarded all the documents to D.C.’s attorney general, who, she was told, has started an investigation.
Whether it is time to get it together, turn it up or start fresh, here are our resolutions to move through the year in style.
Duncan Bedlion was appointed commander of the Second District within the Metropolitan Police Department last week, succeeding Commander Melvin Gresham.
This year's march came against the backdrop of a partial government shutdown, which began on Dec. 22 after the president refused to back down on his demand for border wall funding.
Kukulski collapsed suddenly at Sibley Hospital last Thursday, Jan. 10, apparently of an aneurysm or a brain hemorrhage. He had recently turned 77.
The decision removes an obstacle to the developer’s controversial plan to build a high-end condominium building designed by architect David Adjaye overlooking a park designed by landscape architect Laurie Olin.
The Georgetown Business Improvement District is promoting a slew of deals as part of its campaign to tell diners, shoppers and visitors that #georgetownisopen during the partial federal shutdown.
Laytham, who passed away at Washington Hospital Center on Jan. 3, had been ailing for some time with a long-standing heart condition.
In getting reelected, Bowser followed in the big footsteps of Marion Barry and Anthony Williams, the only D.C. mayors to win reelection, a feat that not even her mentor Adrian Fenty was able to pull off.
As we write—or try to write—about the future and things to look forward to in 2019 as well as things to look back to...