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Poll Focuses on Money, Unemployment and the Millennial Vote

Hardly the java sipping, narcissistic, social media surfing, familial leeches of lore, today’s Millennials are a vulnerable lot. Fearful of the fickle economy, competing...

D.C.’s Budget Surplus: The Hand that Itches

Cities would love to be where the District is now

Kasim Reed’s Hard Line on ATL Transit

Mayor Reed has ATL’s transit woes heavy on his mind

Occupy DC Gets Its Walking Papers

Washington, D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray has fired the first shot in what looks to be a public battle between city hall and the Occupy...

Virginia Redistricting: GOP Strategy or Subtle Racism?

A nasty redistricting fight has surfaced in the Commonwealth of Virginia, just ahead of a contentious 2012 fight for Congress and the White House. At...

New Year Brings Black Leadership For Government Printing Office

Inaction in Congress is doing more than angering constituents across the nation. The lawmaking body’s lack of action has caused the dismissal of dedicated...

Taxicab Confessions and High Fares in D.C.

If you are trying to “cab it” around Washington, D.C. anytime soon, you may want to check your wallet first. Taxicabs fares in the...

Why Won’t Marion Barry Retire?

Unlike Herman Cain, Marion Barry just made an announcement that he is not going anywhere anytime soon. Some of us reluctantly appreciate the personal and...

Will Ward 8 Let New School Take Over?

by James Wright, The Washington Informer Young adults between the ages of 18-35 in the District's most economically challenged ward are actively pursuing political careers...

D.C. Council Takes a Hard Look at Ethics … and Itself

Change is coming to the District of Columbia. Well … maybe.  That’s if efforts to address the long history of ethics violations in local...