A current member and former member of the Metro’s Board of Directors received subpoenas to testify in a federal investigation into Ward 2 Councilmember Jack Evans.
President Donald Trump’s July 4th celebration cost the District of Columbia about $1.7 million, depleting a fund earmarked for public safety.
The D.C. Council voted to strip Ward 2 Councilmember Jack Evans of his committee chairmanship and launch an investigation into his business dealings Tuesday.
Officials announced GW’s first-ever chief people officer Monday, the latest step in a continuing process to improve the University’s institutional culture.
Associate professors Chunlei Liang and Volker Sorger were awarded the Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers.
Janne Nolan, a research professor of international affairs, died last week of an unknown cause. She was 67.
Ward 2 Councilmember Jack Evans urged his colleagues Tuesday not to strip him of his D.C. Council committee chairmanship.
Officials named an inaugural vice president for financial planning and operations in a University release Monday.
Employers must now pay their employees a minimum wage of $14 per hour as part of a multi-year plan to increase the District’s minimum wage to $15 by next year.
DDOT has nearly completed drafting a project to add bike lanes and signals, bus stops and curb extensions to a section of Pennsylvania Avenue.