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D.C. police will resume blood-alcohol tests for suspected drunken drivers later this week, two years after the program was suspended because of testing equipment flaws.
The D.C. Council has approved a bill that reduces the number of political appointments the mayor can make, requires that appointees be well-qualified and makes nepotism illegal in District government.
Nearly three dozen new recruits to the D.C. police department are set to begin a training program.
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J. David Cox
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A D.C. Council member has until next month to respond to an allegation he didn't pay more than $15,000 in student loans and interest.
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The District of Columbia Council has given final approval to a $10.8 billion budget proposal.
Matt Kurz tells WTTG-TV that he was waiting for his girlfriend at Freedom Plaza on Wednesday evening when a man snatched his Kindle out of his hands and took off running. Kurz started yelling and chasing the thief.
D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray has struggled so far to build relationships with the House's new Republican majority, which could make it difficult to accomplish his top priorities given Congress' ultimate say over the capital city's budget and laws.
Mark Plotkin, WTOP political analyst