Millennials: Presidential Hopefuls Out of Touch with Relevant Issues

Most millennials believe the 2016 presidential candidates aren't properly addressing issues that matter most to them, a recent survey found.

Council Seat Gray's for the Taking: Poll

If Vincent Gray wants a second go-round in D.C. politics, voters are poised to grant the former mayor's wishes.

Vincent Gray Got Raw Deal in Federal Probe, Poll Finds

As former D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray contemplates a return to politics, local voters appear poised to back him again now that the smoke has cleared from a federal campaign-financing probe, a new poll shows.

Vincent Gray to Announce Intentions in Coming Weeks

Vincent Gray has come out from under the darkness of an indictment that never was and now sees the light at the end of a tunnel that could lead him back to City Hall.

Ex-D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray's Campaign Manager Lashes Out at Prosecutors

If Vincent Gray wants to run for office again, he certainly has the support of thousands of local residents, according to his former campaign manager.

Todd Facing Re-Election Without Challengers

So far in his tenure, Ward 4 Councilman Brandon Todd busies himself with introducing legislation that will help the District's most vulnerable such as seniors, consorting with his millennial committee to ensure that key demographic has opportunity and addressing crime ...

U.S. Attorney Won't Charge Ex-D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray after Corruption Probe

The U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Columbia announced Wednesday that the investigation into corrupt spending in federal and local political campaigns, including the 2010 D.C. mayoral election, has concluded with no charges against former Mayor Vincent Gray.

Black Clergy Press Trump to Tone Down Campaign Rhetoric

A closed-door meeting held Monday in New York City between a coalition of 100 African-American pastors and GOP presidential hopeful Donald Trump has reportedly done little to get the mouthy real estate mogul to tone down his aggressive style of ...

House Dems, Public Interest Groups Push for Clean Spending Bill

Members of the House Democratic Caucus joined several public interest groups and progressive organizations Thursday to call on House leadership to reject divisive policy riders in the fiscal 2016 Omnibus and to bring a clean spending bill to the floor.

Clinton Increases Lead over Sanders with Black Voters

Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Rodham Clinton, who's the front-runner over Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders for the party nomination, is favored largely among blacks in South Carolina, where the pair will appear Friday night for a forum at Winthrop University.

Election Day Brings Few Changes in Prince George's County

The majority of Prince George's County voters on Election Day decided to keep the status quo.

Polls Place Carson Ahead of Trump

The polls have continued to give presidential hopeful Ben Carson an edge over fellow Republican Donald Trump.

Joe Biden Announces He Won't Run for President

Vice President Joe Biden announced Wednesday afternoon that he will not run for president in 2016, ending longtime speculation and clearing the decks for Hillary Rodham Clinton, the Democratic party front-runner.

Ivey Outpacing Congressional Challengers on Campaign Finances

Third-quarter campaign figures for Democratic primary candidates in Maryland’s 4th Congressional District race show more money being raised, with former Prince George’s County state’s attorney Glenn Ivey still leading the field with a cumulative total of $500,000.

Hillary Front-Runner for D.C. Dems in First Debate

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton emerged the consensus leader following the first Democratic presidential debate, according to a crowd gathered for a debate watch party hosted by D.C. Council member Anita Bonds.