Mayor Adrian M. Fenty and chief rival Vincent C. Gray tempered their criticisms of each other Friday in their second one-on-one debate in as many days before about 150 members of the city's hotel industry.
D.C. Council Chairman Vincent C. Gray, under pressure from city building inspectors, has taken down the well publicized fence that had turned into a major distraction for his campaign.
Mayor Adrian M. Fenty and his main opponent in the mayoral race, Council Chairman Vincent C. Gray, were going at it Thursday on a special election edition of the "Politics Hour with Jonetta Rose Barras" on WPFW. The Washington Post's Mike DeBonis is a guest panelist.
The D.C. Court of Appeals on Thursday upheld the District's same-sex marriage law, ruling in a 5-4 decision that opponents do not have the right to put the issue before voters.
D.C. Councilman Vincent C. Gray may be running against Adrian M. Fenty in the mayor's race, but it might seem Thursday as if Gray is running against Fenty-ally Ronald C. Moten, the co-founder of Peaceoholics. Moten has alerted the media to a noon press conference he is holding outside of...
A key ally of Mayor Adrian M. Fenty (D) is calling on the mayor to veto a D.C. Council bill approved Tuesday that would make it a local crime to pay someone to vote.
A House committee approved a bill Wednesday that would put statues of two District luminaries in the Capitol, but only after the panel's top Democrat and Republican squabbled over voting rights and whether the city should be equated with a state or a U.S. territory.
It turns out that the 100 or so police officers who work for Protective Services are still undecided in the D.C. mayoral election between Council Chairman Vincent C. Gray and incumbent Adrian M. Fenty.
Update, 11:59 a.m.: Michael Wilhelm, secretary of the FOP Protective Services labor committee, said on Wednesday that Tuesday's news release stating his organization's support for Council Chairman Vincent C. Gray in the mayor's race was premature. Wilhelm said that the Protective Services executive board has not yet voted on which...
The D.C. Council made way for the first leg of a 37-mile trolley system Tuesday, passing legislation to allow the use of overhead wires along Benning Road and H Street NE.
The House Administration Committee is expected to approve a bill Wednesday that would add two statues from D.C. to the halls of Congress.
Former council member Vincent Orange issued his manifesto Monday for leading the council. Dubbed the "Orange Plan," the 12-page document is less of a plan than a vision for the city and a recitation of his résumé and accomplishments during two terms on the council.