District of Columbia mayor Muriel Bowser (D.) announced Thursday that prison inmates and the city's homeless population will be in the first wave of city residents to get access to a coronavirus vaccine.
Washington, D.C., officials are asking shopkeepers to remove plywood boards protecting their stores, claiming that "no credible threats of violence" exist despite left-wing groups' planned post-election demonstrations.
Washington, D.C.'s Metropolitan Police Department claims to have streamlined the handgun-transfer process following complaints from residents, but some in the nation's capital still face serious delays in exercising their Second Amendment rights.
A committee created by Washington, D.C., mayor Muriel Bowser (D.) is recommending the city “rename, remove, or contextualize” buildings and other city assets—including the Washington Monument—whose namesakes have been deemed problematic.
A number of prominent 2020 Democratic Senate challengers have refused to take a position on D.C. statehood after Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D., N.Y.) called the issue a "top priority" should his party gain control of the upper chamber.