The property was bought by a developer in the spring of 2016 with plans to turn the space into an apartment complex, the club’s owners said in a statement posted to Twitter.
Officials said a technical glitch caused customers to be charged five cents more or less than they should have paid for the distance traveled on the Metrorail system.
In place of “M” or “F” – male or female – applicants can now choose the letter “X,” a gender-neutral identifier, on District-issued licenses. D.C. is the first jurisdiction in the country to offer the non-binary option.
Victoria Pridemore, associate director of the Office of Military and Veteran Student Services temporarily left the University for military duty last October, a move that wasn’t publicly announced.
A man reported a robbery after he said two individuals stole his bike while threatening him with a gun outside of Lafayette Hall Saturday.
Mayor Muriel Bowser plans to take on the rats in the city with three projects to reduce trash pileups in areas with high rodent populations.
The University’s National Security Archive is part of a lawsuit against the White House claiming that President Donald Trump and his staff are deleting messages and violating presidential records laws.
A lobbyist injured in the Alexandria, Va. shooting last week has been released from GW Hospital after being treated for gunshot wounds to his chest and arm.
A local neighborhood group voted unanimously Wednesday to support studying how vacant office space could be transformed into affordable housing.
In her research, Raya Kheirbek combed through medical records of people age 100 and older and found that they offer suffer from chronic illness less than younger generations.