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Organizers hope the effort will help push forward legislation mandating nurse staffing levels in city hospitals.
Registered nurses at Providence Hospital voted to unionize, continuing a wave of organizing among D.C. nurses.
D.C. Council member Jack Evans is the first to raise $1 million, but he’s spending much faster than rivals.
Four-term mayor Euille to talk to McAuliffe administration about jobs in the administration
Aaron C. Davis and Emma Brown
Council bill, likely to clear first hurdle Wednesday, could provide up to $60,000 to city’s poorest students.
20 years ago, if residents wanted something done, they often had to do it themselves.
Incumbent D.C. mayor holds up rising test scores as success, but gets boos from crowd at Eastern High School.
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At the Weather Service, she is helping to improve disaster response.
Aaron C. Davis
Longtime council member had toyed with stepping down, but said Monday he will seek a fifth term.
Mike DeBonis and Aaron C. Davis
A crowded field and a smoothly operating city give the scandal-plagued D.C. mayor reason to hope.
The District needs a mayor it can trust as it faces a string of challenges.
Tributes to South African president will culminate Wednesday with service at National Cathedral.
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For Vincent Gray, the 2014 campaign is a last, sad act.
Vincent C. Gray makes the comparison several times over the course of a day of tributes.
A probe into the 2010 campaign has undercut the advantages of incumbency for D.C.’s mayor.
A conversation with the Post’s resident D.C. politics expert, Mike DeBonis.
The election to fill vacated seat comes next month.
Aaron C. Davis and Mike DeBonis
The giant retailer opens in city after development delays, months of disputes about wages.
Jonetta Rose Barras
D.C. should turn its back on the mayor’s bid for another term.
COLUMN | District mayor should take responsibility for failures in previous campaign as he seeks reelection.
At-large independent member of the D.C. Council says he is “uninspired” by Mayor Gray and other aspirants.
With similar measures approved in Md. suburbs, 2.5M in D.C. area would have nation’s highest hourly rate.
Emma Brown and Mike DeBonis
The independent’s move adds a new dimension to the city’s already crowded 2014 mayoral race.
‘I’ve said what I’ve said,’ the mayor said in his first news conference since declaring his reelection campaign.
The D.C. Council has given preliminary approval to an increase in the District of Columbia’s minimum wage to $11.50 an hour, one of the nation’s highest.
County supervisors agreed to push state lawmakers for more funding for K-12 schools.
USGS scientist plays key role in finding causes of mercury contamination in fish supply
The text of a letter Mayor Vincent Gray sent to supporters as he announced his run for a second term.
Mike DeBonis and Ann E. Marimow
Mayor Vincent C. Gray says the District is “better off today” than three years ago.
Jonathan O’Connell and Aaron C. Davis
Ambitious timeline slips, but aides to Mayor Gray say administration will show progress before year’s end.
Company’s ploy let it evade law against selling both gas and liquor, the owner of several stations says.
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