Week one: fancy Italian restaurant. Week two: dive bar.
What was different, and what was similar, in 1995 and 1996.
A very weird plan to send Washington a message by disrupting D.C.'s commuters.
Stop it. Stop flushing wet wipes.
Vincent Gray is demanding a meeting with President Obama and Congress.
It's a cost-effective, high-return option, says Chicago's transportation commissioner.
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Bars, Alexandria, and private museums.
Superfund clean-ups are halted, and that's just the start.
From national parks, to home loans, to the National Zoo in D.C., there will be a small, but noticeable, impact almost immediately.
New York. Paris. Bacon.
Some people just don't know how to share, let alone bike-share. So what do we do about them?
The United States, Italy, and the United Kingdom are particularly good at obtaining private Facebook data, a new map reveals.
Helping people get high safely is a lot cheaper than treating them for HIV.
The Navy Yard attack was an example of D.C.'s complex jurisdictional landscape.
The city's largest theaters are thriving. But does success come at a cost?
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On M Street, the city has compromised rider safety, placed private interests above public, and let parking rule the day.
Gray's been plagued by scandal, but he used his microphone to effectively advocate for his city.