Minutes after 10 pro-life protesters gathered in Kogan Plaza Monday, roughly 100 student counter-protesters assembled with improvised posters and chants.
A woman sued the GW Hospital for medical negligence after she experienced complications with a foot procedure.
After six months of free trips around the District on the D.C. Circulator, riders will have to fork over fare money beginning Oct. 1, the Department of Transportation announced Friday.
Six candidates vying for Ward 2’s D.C. Council seat shared their platforms with more than 100 community members at their first debate Thursday.
GW spent $23 million on a building to be used for office space, officials announced at a Faculty Senate meeting earlier this month.
GW ranks in the top quarter of D.C. neighborhoods for the most sidewalk obstructions, according to a Greater Greater Washington analysis.
LeBlanc joined three D.C. university presidents in advocating for D.C. statehood ahead of a congressional hearing on the issue.
A local governing body met Wednesday night to vote on a plan that will permit the University to house students off campus while Thurston Hall is renovated.
After more than a year of negotiations, DDOT officials have decided on a route for a protected bike lane running through Foggy Bottom.
After a summerlong partial shutdown, the Metro line that Foggy Bottom residents depend on is up and running.