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Vatican Names First Black Archbishop of Washington

Atlanta’s Archbishop Wilton D. Gregory was named by the Vatican today to be the next archbishop of Washington, succeeding Cardinal Donald Wuerl.

Mayor Addresses Budget Questions at Roundtable

Mayor Muriel Bowser met with several community newspapers in the Wilson Building on March 27 to outline her proposals for the District's $15.5-billion fiscal 2020 budget and answer questions.

It’s Historic: D.C. Statehood Moves Closer to Passage

The decades-long effort to officially make most of the District of Columbia into the 51st state of the United States, took a giant step...

Inside the Michael Cohen Hearing (photos)

Democrats mostly stuck to questioning Cohen about Donald Trump's alleged criminal conduct, while Republican members tried their best to discredit a man who spent 10 years as his close confidante.

Protesting Trump’s Emergency Powers Declaration (photos)

Activists in Washington D.C. joined in with President's Day rallies across the country to protest President Donald Trump's decision to declare a national emergency...

Washington Bids Farewell to John Dingell

Holy Trinity Church on 36th Street in Georgetown was overfilling with love — and with people — for Dingell, who died on Feb. 7 in Michigan at the age of 92 from complications due to prostate cancer.

Update: Deployment of ‘Small Cells’ in Georgetown

Small cells are cellular service transmission nodes that are being proposed to make the current generation of cellular service faster and more reliable by increasing capacity of our current fourth generation — 4G — telecommunications technology.

Women March in D.C. to Protest Trump and His Policies (photos)

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.

Inside the Confirmation Hearing for AG Nominee Barr (photos)

Nominated by President Donald Trump, William Barr previously served as U.S. attorney general under President George H.W. Bush from 1991 to 1993.

Oldest Synagogue Building Moves to New D.C. Site (photos)

Before becoming a museum, the building served as an African American church, a Greek Orthodox church, various eateries, a barbershop, a bicycle store and a dental practice.