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Tuesday, Mar 8, 2011

DMV Daily: D.C. AG to Lead Sulaimon Accusation Probe

DMV Daily: D.C. AG to Lead Sulaimon Accusation Probe

D.C. Attorney General Irv Nathan's office will head up the city's investigation into Sulaimon Brown's allegations.

Monday, Mar 7, 2011

DMV Daily: Gray Admits to "Missteps"

DMV Daily: Gray Admits to "Missteps"

Vincent Gray says "missteps" were made in the hiring and firing of Sulaimon Brown.

Sunday, Mar 6, 2011

Mayor Allegations

Mayor Allegations

Darcy Spencer reports on D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray's response to Sunday's article in the Washington Post.

Friday, Mar 4, 2011

DMV Daily: Biddle vs. Biddle

DMV Daily: Biddle vs. Biddle

Sekou Biddle is challenging his own signature on a rival's ballot petition.

Thursday, Mar 3, 2011

DMV Daily: Gray Digs Deeper

DMV Daily: Gray Digs Deeper

Mayor Vincent Gray has ordered additional background checks on political hires.

Wednesday, Mar 2, 2011

DMV Daily: Slightly Less in the Red

DMV Daily: Slightly Less in the Red

D.C.'s budget deficit projection has been revised down to $322 million.

Wednesday, Mar 2, 2011

D.C. Girds for Possible Federal Shutdown

D.C. Girds for Possible Federal Shutdown

The District government is getting ready for a possible federal government shutdown.

Tuesday, Mar 1, 2011

DMV Daily: Sulaimon Strikes Back

DMV Daily: Sulaimon Strikes Back

Sulaimon Brown says Vincent Gray hired him as thanks for his campaign trail support.

Monday, Feb 28, 2011

DMV Daily: The Philadelphia Story

DMV Daily: The Philadelphia Story

The Philadelphia Inquirer criticized a proposal to give Pennsylvania Avenue a pro-D.C. rights name.

Monday, Feb 28, 2011

Kwame Brown May Have Violated Law: SUV Report

Kwame Brown May Have Violated Law: SUV Report

A scathing report details violations regarding SUVs in D.C. government.

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Police: Potomac High Briefly Locked Down; Student Had Gun
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