District Wire live blogs President Obama's final State of the Union.
A big boost for the former mayor, if he choses to run.
The company, started in Rwanda, buys directly from farmers in the African country.
2,800 Metropolitan Police Department officers will be equipped with the cameras by the summer, Mayor Muriel Bowser said Wednesday.
Veggie lovers rejoice
The fast food chain is planning to open a location in the former Payless store on Wisconsin Avenue.
The D.C. Office of Planning released an action plan after public comment.
The former chief executive of BWI Airport begins November 30.
“In recent years...we have opened up more opportunity for issuing liquor licenses, loosening the moratorium,” Glover Park ANC Chair Jackie Blumenthal said.
The one in 28 children with an incarcerated parent in the U.S. are at a greater risk of being suspended, expelled or going to prison themselves, a recent study shows.
Thirty-four percent of residents surveyed said crime and violence is the biggest problem facing the city today.
The transportation department is collecting comments on their Title VI policies.
Opponents say the restaurant will create unhealthy eating habits among local school-age children.