DC Asks For Stay of Ruling Allowing Gun CarryingLawyers for the District of Columbia have asked a federal judge to stay his ruling that strikes down the city's ban on carrying guns outside the home.
Prosecutors: Vandalism Suspect Had Soda Can With Green Paint Prosecutors say a woman charged with defacing the Washington National Cathedral was carrying a soda can of green paint when she was arrested.
Lanier: Sex Assault Report Favorable to Department District of Columbia Police Chief Cathy Lanier said Wednesday that a law firm's coming report largely vindicates the police department's handling of sexual assault complaints and acknowledges the progress that's been made.
Court OKs DC Police Chief Discrimination Case A federal appeals court has reinstated a former D.C. police commander's race and sex discrimination lawsuit against Chief Cathy Lanier.
Police Had iPhone of Beating Victim T.J Maslin For Weeks, Couldn't Trace ItThree young men are being held by police without bail in a nearly fatal beating of man on Capitol Hill and it turns out officers had a key piece of evidence in their possession for weeks.
Chief Lanier Says There Are Conflicting Reports On Officer's Threats Toward First LadyThere are conflicting reports about threatening comments a police officer may have made about first lady Michelle Obama, the District of Columbia police chief said Friday.