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President Trump’s July 4 events in Washington, D.C. come at a cost

by Nancy Marshall-Genzer Jul 4, 2019
Tanks, flyovers and extra policing all add to the tab for a military-themed “Salute to America."
A Bradley Fighting Vehicle arrives as preparations are made for the "Salute to America" Fourth of July event with US President Donald Trump at the Lincoln Memorial on the National Mall in Washington, DC, July 3, 2019, which will feature flyovers by the Blue Angels, an airplane used as Air Force One, as well as military demonstrations and a speech by Trump.
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Departing members of Congress lobby for new jobs

by Nancy Marshall-Genzer Dec 12, 2018
An exodus of lawmakers means tough competition for lobbying jobs.
K Street is ground zero for the influence-peddling business in Washington, D.C.
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Amazon splits HQ between New York and northern Virginia

by Associated Press Nov 13, 2018
The decision ends intense competition between North American cities to win Amazon and its promise of 50,000 new jobs.
A visitor checks in at the Amazon corporate headquarters in Seattle, Washington. On Oct. 2, 2018, Amazon announced U.S. workers would receive  a minimum of $15 per hour.
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March against gun violence gains philanthropic help

by Andy Uhler Mar 23, 2018
Tomorrow, hundreds of thousands of people will march in Washington, D.C., in support of stricter gun control laws. Survivors of last month’s deadly school shooting in Parkland, Florida, helped organize the March for Our Lives … and they’ve raised a…

City workers in D.C. have two months to complete sexual harassment training

by Aaron Schrank Dec 20, 2017
As prominent men across media, entertainment and politics face a flood sexual harassment allegations, Washington, D.C., is committing to addressing the problem. No, not Congress, but the District of Columbia. Democratic Mayor Muriel Bowser signed an order mandating that all…

Expat tax burden could shift

by Jed Kim Oct 30, 2017
Americans overseas pay income taxes both in the U.S. and in the countries where they work. Now lawmakers could lighten the burden for individuals. As the tax overhaul is drafted in Washington, a range of complaints about expat taxes will…

If your neighborhood's name changes, it's probably being gentrified

by Adam Allington Jul 18, 2017
Creative neighborhood renaming is common in real estate, but not all residents are on board with the trend.
A new apartment building is under construction August 2001 in Harlem, New York City.
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Washington’s luxury home market gets big boost from Trump cabinet picks

by Adam Allington May 1, 2017
While certainly not a cheap place to live, Washington, D.C., has never really been known as a place where the uber-wealthy go to buy property. But, some current members of President Trump’s cabinet may have changed that, according to a…

Women's march on DC made possible through digital innovations

by Adam Allington Jan 17, 2017
It's now easier than ever to organize large protests thanks to today's tech.
Woman rally as part of a nationwide protest against President-elect Donald Trump outside of Trump Tower back in December.
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Flooding, closures and electrical meltdowns: the nation’s worst public transit systems

by Greta Hallberg Jun 22, 2016
The metro system in Washington D.C. is facing a slew of infrastructure issues lately, but it’s not the only public transit that needs some major TLC.
An empty New York City subway car in 2005. Cities all over the country are still struggling to address the infrastructure issues of aging public transit systems.
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