Mayor Muriel Bowser tightened D.C. COVID-19 restrictions Monday, trimming capacity numbers for in-person gatherings and limiting business operations.
Thinking GW would quickly deplete the 1,500 additional room openings this spring, students said they looked for off-campus housing instead.
Metro will start scaling back rail service next year, as the agency’s Board of Directors approved a set of budget cuts necessitated by revenue shortfalls.
A local governing body voted to urge the presidential transition team to strip down protective fencing surrounding the White House.
After D.C. police spent millions in excess overtime funding this summer, the D.C. Council voted Tuesday to require MPD to report overtime costs more frequently.
A former patient is suing GW, the GW Hospital and the Medical Faculty Associates for medical negligence when he fell during skull surgery rehab three years ago.
Students said parties have become a weekly occasion near campus, threatening the nearby community to a greater risk of COVID-19 infection.
Students on campus braced for potentially violent election protests, but demonstrations have remained peaceful near campus thus far.
The Hatchet is tracking crimes that occur on campus each week. The map will be updated with crimes every week throughout the month.
A victory would position the short-term incumbent for her first full four-year term representing Ward 2 on the D.C. Council.