Mayor Bowser to Announce New HIV Treatment EffortThe HIV rate in D.C. is much lower than it used to be, but it's still high.
D.C. Mayor Wants to Turn Away Homeless From Other StatesMayor Bowser proposed emergency legislation on Tuesday that would allow the city to turn people away if their last place of residence can't be verified.
Bowser to Hold Open Conference Call on Trump RamificationsThe D.C. mayor wants to speak to the public about the new president-elect.
Bowser Won't Attend Grand Opening of Trump HotelThe mayor of D.C. won't be around for the grand opening of the GOP nominee's new hotel.
Mayor Bowser Supports Keeping Metro Open for 'Special Events'Mayor Muriel Bowser is not in favor of "blanket" hours for the Metro system.
No Metro After Game 5? D.C. Mayor Insists Nats Fans Get 'Creative'This is fine.
Congress Asking if D.C. Government Can Spend Its Own MoneyHouse Republicans are looking into whether the District of Columbia government truly has the power to spend local tax dollars without approval by Congress.
Bowser Bans City Workers from Travel to North CarolinaD.C. becomes the latest city to ban its workers from official travel to North Carolina in wake of the state's controversial new law.
D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser Wrapping Up China TripDistrict of Columbia Mayor Muriel Bowser is finishing up a visit to China.
D.C. Settles Long-Running Lawsuit Over Firefighters' OvertimeThe District of Columbia government has agreed to pay city firefighters $45 million in back overtime.
District of Columbia Mayor Leading Fitness WalkDistrict of Columbia Mayor Muriel Bowser is joining city residents for a 1.5 mile walk in the city's Takoma neighborhood.
Mayor Bowser Announces Plans to Curb Crime in DistrictWith the unemployment rate among young adults in D.C. substantially higher than that of the district average, Mayor Muriel Bowser announced several programs and initiatives intended to reduce unemployment and crime among that demographic.