D.C. resident to sue rental property over income discrimination.

D.C. Woman Sues Renter After Alleged Refusual Of Housing Voucher

Tiana Martin was allegedly told “Unfortunately we do not accept Section 8.”
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D.C. Is The Hardest-Working City In The Country, Study Finds

The District is the hardest-working city in the country, according to a new report. D.C. topped the list of cities, which were ranked using metrics like average commute time, average workweek, 16-64 workforce and senior workforce. The average D.C. commute is 30 minutes, and the average work week...
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Minimum wage increases in D.C. beginning July 1.

D.C. is This Much Closer to Providing a Livable Minimum Wage

The District is putting new laws into effect July 1.
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Joe and Sunni chat with the creators of DC Natives Day.

Listen: D.C. Natives Day Founders Discuss Importance of Natives Being Seen

Angel Gregorio and Tony Lewis Jr. are empowering natives to be heard.
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Residents Rejoice: Go-Go Music Returns to Shaw's Metro PCS

The music returned about 12:30 p.m. Wednesday.
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TOB will be performing Tuesday night as part of a peaceful demonstration.

TOB Will Perform to Show Support for Silenced Metro PCS Store

A demonstration will be held Tuesday night at 6 p.m.
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D.C. natives push for a day to celebrate the culture and people of the District.

D.C. Natives Day Will Celebrate the Culture and the People

The day is to be celebrated on May 20th.
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Potholepalooza is a campaign dedicated to repairing roads throughout D.C.

Potholepalooza is Here

The annual campaign aims to repair potholes around the District within 48 hours of a request.
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Lowe's to Hire 1,300 D.C. Area Workers on Wednesday

Lowe's has a lot of jobs to fill on its National Hiring Day on February 13.
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D.C. Officials Search for Solutions to the Scourge of K2 Overdoses

There were 3,488 total cases of suspected K2 overdoses in 2018.
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