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Instead of an inauguration boost, businesses in and around the nation's capital plan to curtail hours or even close.
Wednesday's violence caused chaos for our democracy, but also for people living, working and running businesses.
A startup partners with school districts to help educators buy homes.
In exchange for a big cut, a startup is helping educators to buy houses in expensive cities.
Tanks, flyovers and extra policing all add to the tab for a military-themed “Salute to America."
An exodus of lawmakers means tough competition for lobbying jobs.
The decision ends intense competition between North American cities to win Amazon and its promise of 50,000 new jobs.
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 lot of money to make it happen. How much do events like this cost, and […]
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 30,000 city employees complete sexual harassment training by February. Click the audio player above to […]