Mayor Vincent Gray
A new commission charged with finding ways to reform the District of Columbia’s tax code has begun its work.
Staffers for the embattled mayor of Washington have sought the advice of a crisis-management expert who advised Monica Lewinsky and inspired the television drama “Scandal,” according to emails obtained by The Associated Press.
Delegate Eleanor Holmes Norton says the criminal activity by District of Columbia Mayor Vincent Gray’s 2010 campaign is “deeply disturbing” and is calling on the mayor to respond.
District of Columbia Mayor Vincent Gray’s 2010 campaign routinely paid day laborers $100 in cash — twice the legal limit — to tout Gray outside polling places, and the payments were later referred to on campaign finance reports as “consulting fees” paid to campaign staff members and volunteers, according to a review by The Associated Press.
District of Columbia Mayor Vincent Gray said Wednesday that he still believes he’s the best person to lead the city despite revelations that he was elected with the help of a $650,000 shadow campaign, and he said he has no plans to resign.
District of Columbia Mayor Vincent Gray was elected in 2010 with the aid of $650,000 in illicit funds from a district businessman, a Gray campaign consultant acknowledged in federal court Tuesday.
A Washington public-relations executive has been charged with making straw contributions to candidates for federal and local offices, including District of Columbia Mayor Vincent Gray.
A leading House Republican is talking to District of Columbia leaders about easing the height restrictions that have limited buildings in the nation’s capital to about 12 stories for more than a century.
A former District of Columbia mayoral candidate who was set to go to trial on a charge of driving without a valid license will have to return to court.
As HBO considers making a movie about Marion Barry with Eddie Murphy in the title role, the real Barry is doing something that comes naturally: running for re-election in the nation’s capital.
Six people were injured in five separate shootings on Halloween night in a spasm of violence that Mayor Vincent Gray called “troubling.”
Prince George’s County officials say 32 schools will remain closed for ongoing structural assessments following the East Coast earthquake.