District of Columbia Democratic mayoral nominee Muriel Bowser says she would keep Kaya Henderson as chancellor of the District’s public schools.
The weeks of living in hotels are over for most of the residents of the 26th Street collapse. As they continue moving back in, the mayor gave an update on all the progress.
Teens clash with tourists at the Inner Harbor. Now police and city leaders are stepping up patrols to ensure visitors are safe in the popular summer spot.
Former Mayor Kurt Schmoke comes back to Baltimore in a different leadership capacity.
More than 200 Nigerian school girls have been missing for more than three weeks. Many around the world are frustrated with the Nigerian government’s response.
Former District of Columbia mayor Marion Barry is criticizing HBO and two journalists over their involvement in a movie about his life.
Conventional wisdom dictates that David Catania is an underdog in the race for mayor of Washington. He is white, a former Republican and openly gay in a city that has only elected African-American Democrats to its top local office.
Muriel Bowser’s decisive victory in the District of Columbia’s Democratic mayoral primary makes her the presumptive favorite to become the city’s eighth mayor, but she can’t expect to breeze through the general election like Democratic nominees have in four decades of mayoral elections.
The embattled mayor of the nation’s capital sought a second term Tuesday, with many voters weighing praise for his performance in office against a federal investigation of his 2010 campaign that has cloaked the incumbent in scandal.
The defining moment of a bizarre election season in the nation’s capital wasn’t provided by Mayor Vincent Gray or any of the seven Democrats trying to unseat him in next week’s primary. Instead, it came from the city’s top prosecutor.
It takes the phrase “spring cleaning” to another level. A new initiative in Baltimore will create a greener, healthier city by getting rid of all that trash piling up on our streets.
Mayor Vincent Gray often calls the District of Columbia “the envy of the nation” for its robust economy and fast-growing population, but some say the local government he leads — plagued by corruption, pay-to-play politics and disengaged voters — is a stain on the city’s progress.