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Half of the people convicted in D.C. went to jail.
All west-bound traffic on Independence Avenue must go north at either 15th Street or 17th Street during morning rush hour periods.
The D.C. City Council is expected to pass a measure that calls for taxing D.C. government workers who don't live inside the District.
Vladimir Djordjevic has been in the hospital since Nov. 4, 2007 since the night a customer at the Good Guys Gentleman's Club doused him with gasoline.
A D.C. man and a Rockville man also were among the top four finishers.
D.C. Mayor Adrian Fenty is apologizing to the gay community for mistakenly endorsing an anti-gay group that teaches homosexuality is a psychological disorder.
D.C. Police have arrested at least two more adults in connection with last month's drive-by shooting in Southeast that killed four people and left five others wounded.
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D.C. Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton says progress on the D.C. Voting Rights Act needs to be made before Congress begins its "lame duck" session.
A Montgomery County judge has refused to reduce the bond for a Maryland man accused in the kidnapping, robbery and assault of a D.C. teacher over the weekend.
D.C. Schools Chancellor Michelle Rhee and the Washington Teachers Union have agreed on a new contract.