PAC Supporting D.C. Mayor Has Returned Most ContributionsSupporters of District of Columbia Mayor Muriel Bowser have returned most of the contributions to the big-bucks political-action committee that they decided to shut down amid criticism.
D.C. Mayor Will Look Into Flipping of Public HousingDistrict of Columbia Mayor Muriel Bowser says she's asked her city administrator to look into the D.C. Housing Authority's practice of flipping single-family homes in its inventory.
D.C. Mayor Announces Possibilities for Honoring Marion BarryIt's been one year since the death of Marion Barry, and District of Columbia officials are closer to deciding how the former four-term mayor will be commemorated.
While Some Cancel Field Trips Due to Terror Threats, Ohio Students Enjoy D.C.D.C.'s mayor greeted middle school students from Ohio who chose to travel to the nation's capital despite threats in the wake of the Paris attacks.
D.C. Mayor Agrees With Decision to Shut Down Controversial PACDistrict of Columbia Mayor Muriel Bowser says she agrees with the decision made by her supporters to shut down a political-action committee that sought to promote her agenda.
D.C. Mayor's Supporters Shutting Down Controversial PACSupporters of District of Columbia Mayor Muriel Bowser are shutting down a political-action committee that critics say gave the appearance of pay-to-play politics.
Mayor Bowser to Host First-Ever ‘Scissors & Shovels Day’D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser will host the District's first-ever “Scissors & Shovels Day” on Friday.
D.C. Mayor Leading Large Trade Delegation to ChinaDistrict of Columbia Mayor Muriel Bowser is preparing for the first major overseas trip of her tenure — a trade mission to China.
D.C. Mayor Staffer Charged With Dealing DrugsAn employee in D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser's Office of Religious Affairs has been charged with dealing cocaine after authorities found drugs and dealing paraphernalia in his home.
D.C. Mayor Announces Settlement in Exelon, Pepco MergerPower companies Exelon and Pepco have negotiated a settlement with District of Columbia officials on a proposed merger.
D.C. Considers Private Ambulances to Help Emergency ResponseWashington's mayor wants to contract with private ambulance companies to transport patients who don't have time-sensitive injuries or medical problems.
D.C. Police Commander Investigated for Distributing Mayor's Pledge D.C. Police commander is being investigated by internal affairs after she reportedly instructed her officers to distribute Mayor Muriel Bower's pledge to end homelessness.
D.C. Mayor Announces Plans to Combat HomelessnessDistrict of Columbia officials are offering emergency shelter to homeless families year-round and are planning to close the city's largest homeless shelter and open smaller facilities.
D.C. Mayor Gets Booed By Protesters During Crime Plan AnnouncementD.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser is facing shouts and chants from protesters as she announces her plans to combat an increase in violent crime Thursday morning.
D.C. Mayor Backs Releasing Certain Police Body Cam FootageDistrict of Columbia Mayor Muriel Bowser has proposed that footage from police body cameras be made available to the public if the encounter with police happened in a public place.