April 3, 2019

Jack Evans scandal revives push to ban outside jobs for D.C. Council members

A majority of the D.C. Council has revived an effort to ban outside employment for lawmakers, the latest fallout from an ethics scandal swirling around council […]
April 2, 2019

Kaiser Permanente plans $247 million medical hub for Timonium

Kaiser Permanente, the health care provider and insurer, is poised to open a $247 million medical center in Timonium in two years. The group purchased about […]
April 2, 2019

Metro to leave current HQ by 2022, lease property for development

Metro has opted to lease its existing headquarters property in downtown D.C. instead of sell it, and says it plans to be completely moved out of […]
April 2, 2019

Former Deputy Mayor Courtney Snowden Is Now a Lobbyist for an E-Cig Company

In her old job, as Mayor Muriel Bowser‘s appointed deputy mayor for greater economic development, Courtney Snowden was in charge of promoting jobs and small business growth […]
April 1, 2019

Gov. Hogan asks state prosecutor to begin criminal investigation of UMMS, Baltimore Mayor Pugh’s deals

Gov. Larry Hogan on Monday formally asked the state prosecutor to investigate allegations of self-dealing and no-bid contracting involving Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh in her role […]
April 1, 2019

Kaiser Permanente, Associated Black Charities paid Baltimore Mayor Pugh almost $200K for ‘Healthy Holly’ books

The University of Maryland Medical System wasn’t the only major buyer of Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh’s “Healthy Holly” children’s books. Health provider Kaiser Permanente paid Pugh […]
April 1, 2019

Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh takes leave of absence amid scandal

Baltimore Mayor Catherine E. Pugh is taking an indefinite leave of absence amid growing condemnation of profits she made from selling a children’s book to businesses […]
March 31, 2019

HUD charges Facebook with housing discrimination in ads

The Department of Housing and Urban Development is charging Facebook with violating the Fair Housing Act. HUD on Thursday said the social media giant is violating […]
March 31, 2019

Unpaid workers and complaints of shoddy construction plague hurricane recovery on U.S. Virgin Islands

ST. THOMAS, U.S. Virgin Islands — After back-to-back Category 5 hurricanes blew through here in fall 2017, Russell Bryan joined thousands of Americans who rushed to […]