The D.C. Council repealed police reform legislation Tuesday, rolling back provisions involving the use of nondeadly force.
A person assaulted a police officer at the GW Hospital Sunday, according to a Metropolitan Police Department report.
D.C. officials boosted the city’s minimum wage from $14 to $15 per hour Wednesday following a yearslong struggle to raise pay for workers in the District.
The NAACP plans to move its national headquarters from Baltimore to the Frank D. Reeves Center of Municipal Affairs.
Metro will ramp up rail service for passengers commuting to the Mall for the White House’s second annual “Salute to America” event.
For the first time in United States history, the House of Representatives voted Friday to make D.C. the country’s 51st state.
Officials plan to preserve all housing assignments for the fall semester, despite plans to separate beds six feet apart in all on-campus residence halls.
The Metro’s Board of Directors will assemble an oversight panel that will hold transit police officers accountable for investigations, DCist reported Tuesday.
The D.C. Board of Elections lost at least 1,100 ballot requests from local voters during the District’s primary election earlier this month.
Each of the District’s 500,000 registered voters will receive a mail-in ballot for Election Day this November, according to a DCist report Wednesday.