Although D.C. Council member Yvette Alexander isn't on the ballot in 2014, it's no surprise who she'd like to see win the Democratic Party mayoral nomination on April 1.
Wal-Mart finally arrived in the District on Wednesday, as hundreds of residents flocked to the grand opening of stores in two of the city's most heavily populated commercial corridors.
Members of the District of Columbia Republican Party realize they’re outnumbered in most D.C. elections but that hasn’t stopped them from weighing in on the upcoming April 1, 2014 mayoral contest and the GOP primary presidential race in 2016.
The proposal by the District's election board to redraw voting boundaries has garnered strong opposition from advisory neighborhood commissioners, the elected officials who will be adversely affected by such a change.
Vincent Orange has apparently not given up on his ambition to be the city's top political leader and is now a candidate in the April 1, 2014, Democratic Party primary.
Stand Up! for Democracy in D.C. Coalition, a Northwest-based advocacy group that promotes District statehood, has recently released an online survey that asks the public about issues regarding the political rights of District citizens.
The mayor of the District has selected a development company that plans to transform the former Walter Reed Army Medical Center site into a mixed-use development that will include exclusive retail, housing for seniors and veterans and a unique state-of-the-art science park.
Hundreds of District residents recently started a three-week program designed to improve health outcomes at a well-known Southeast church.
D.C. Council member Kenyan McDuffie made it clear recently that he wants to continue to represent his constituents at the John A. Wilson Building in Northwest.
Andy Shallal, the owner of Busboys and Poets and the Eatonville restaurant chain, has decided to run for the 2014 Democratic Party nomination for mayor.