Washington D.C.

Two D.C. Hospitals Recognized For Diversity And Inclusion

Three hospitals in Baltimore also received recognition.
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D.C.'s African American Civil War Museum Is Moving

The building will give the museum a larger space for additional galleries and programming.
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Proposed D.C. Bill Could Encourage Child Sex Trafficking, Opponents Say

The council introduced the legislation in June.
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D.C. Has Third-Largest Income Required To Pay Rent In The Country: Study

The District’s median household income is $82,372.
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Nationals Win, So Z-Burger Is Offering Free Lunch

The offer is valid for any regular, cheese, turkey or veggie burger.
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D.C. Police Fall Initiative Aims To Decrease Crime, Violence Throughout City

Police will use available resources and technology and coordinate with government agencies.
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25 Pounds Of Marijuana, Edibles Seized At Dupont Circle Mansion

The house, located at 2220 Q. Street NW, was the subject of previous criticism.
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How A Student Project About Gentrification Earned D.C. Teacher National Recognition

By Scott Gelman D.C. history teacher Alysha Butler hears her students discuss the ways the District is changing so frequently that she made an assignment out of the dialogue. Butler, who teaches Advanced Placement U.S. History at McKinley Technical High School, said they feel like their imprint on...
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Voter Registration Day 2019: Here's What's Happening In The DMV

Last year, more than 800,000 voters used the day to register.
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J.G. Whittier Education Campus Warm Temperatures, Water Leak Resolved

An HVAC system malfunction caused the leak.
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