Former Ward 2 Councilmember Jack Evans was fined $35,000 by the city’s ethics board Friday for breaking the D.C. Council’s code of conduct.
The GW Hospital will expand its Ebola care unit to increase its capacity for infectious disease treatment amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
A local governing body voted to repair the city’s unemployment insurance system that workers have used when applying for financial relief during the pandemic.
Candidates vying for the Ward 2 D.C. Council seat discussed COVID-19 financial relief and different forms of inequity in an online forum Monday.
A patient is suing GW for $10 million alleging doctors failed to identify and treat two infected masses on his right leg that corroded tissue down to his bone.
A patient is suing the University, GW Hospital and Medical Faculty Associates for $5 million, alleging doctors’ negligence during a spinal surgery in 2017.
A University dining partner is distributing emergency meal kits to students stranded on campus during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The University will clean campus facilities this summer to prepare for the possibility of reopening to students in the fall semester.
Foggy Bottom sidewalks are too narrow to enable effective social distancing, according to a new website launched late last month.
A couple is suing the GW Hospital and Medical Faculty Associates for $5 million alleging a doctor surgically removed a patient’s uterus under false pretenses.