Nearly 40 local leaders penned a letter to Bowser Tuesday urging her to extend the citywide curfew to allow voters to cast their ballots.
Experts said new Department of Education regulations governing Title IX investigations will undermine survivors’ rights during an investigation.
Three business owners said they were denied or haven’t heard back from government coronavirus relief programs they applied to.
From Lady Gaga’s iconic meat dress in 2010 to a pandemic, the Class of 2020 has witnessed some unforgettable moments over the years.
Officials plan to extend the deadline for undergraduate students to take classes on a Pass/No Pass basis until after final grades are posted.
The Abbot ID NOW test can deliver positive test results in five minutes and negative results in 13 minutes.
Total violent and property crimes are hitting lower numbers compared to this time last year, but assaults are rising as the novel coronavirus spreads, District data shows.
A couple is suing the GW Hospital alleging that medical personnel were negligent in handling their child’s birth.
The D.C. region could be the next hotspot for the COVID-19 outbreak, White House officials said Saturday.
Local activists have raised more than $45,000 for undocumented immigrants left out of the D.C. Council’s emergency COVID-19 legislation.