There is now a second effort underway to recall a sitting D.C. council member as residents in Ward 1 mount a campaign against Brianne Nadeau — just weeks after residents in Ward 6 launched an effort to get rid of Charles Allen.
Efforts to recall D.C. Councilmember Charles Allen took a step forward Tuesday as the Board of Elections issued an official recall petition.
District Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton introduced a bill on Monday that would allow people who are 70 years of age or older to opt out of jury duty at the D.C. Superior Court.
Carbon free by 2045 is the direction D.C. leaders are working towards as they look for ways to address climate change in the nation's capital.
The D.C. Council held a public hearing Wednesday on bills aimed at curbing dangerous driving in the nation's capital.
A source close to this case confirmed with FOX 5 that local and federal law enforcement agencies are investigating former Deputy Mayor John Falcicchio.
Former Attorney General Bill Barr calls on AG Merrick Garland to investigate whether President Joe Biden was participating in helping his son sell access to him.
The D.C. Council voted by majority Tuesday to approve Councilmember Brooke Pinto's emergency public safety bill, the Prioritizing Public Safety Amendment Act, in an effort to address the crime wave crippling the city.
Some movement came from the D.C. Council Wednesday to change executive branch policies regarding sexual harassment allegations.
The District could allow some bars to stay open 24/7 during the upcoming FIFA Women's World Cup.
A new bill from D.C. Councilmember Brooke Pinto aims to close a loophole in the District’s fare evasion law.
D.C. Councilmember Charles Allen held a public roundtable on dangerous driving that went on for more than six hours Tuesday.
D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser testified Tuesday before the House Oversight Committee on Oversight and Accountability as lawmakers continue to debate D.C.'s revised criminal code.
Mayor Bowser proposed a slew of legislative changes Monday in an effort to close the “gaps" in the system to better address D.C. crime.
A D.C. lawmaker is speaking out about the high-profile case involving the mayor’s former chief of staff and deputy mayor for planning and economic development.
Phillip Todd's parents credited their son's friend with helping 'prevent the wounds from being fatal'
Washington, D.C. may soon find itself as a defendant in a courtroom if it pushes ahead with a racial equity plan that, critics argue, is unconstitutional.
Former D.C. Deputy Mayor John Falcicchio is facing a second allegation of sexual harassment from a District employee, according to the alleged victim's lawyers.
Top D.C. government officials faced a grilling from House Republicans Wednesday over crime in the District.
President Joe Biden on Monday signed into law legislation nullifying the recent overhaul of the District of Columbia criminal code, but the fight between Congress and local lawmakers is continuing.