Ben Carson visits PR Mallory site in Indianapolis to announce expansion of federal program

Ben Carson, secretary of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, stopped in Indianapolis on Thursday to tour the development of the P.R. Mallory campus on the city’s east side. But he also used the Indy stop to announce the expansion of a federal program — unrelated to the P.R, Mallory development — that will boost affordable […]

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A Trump-supporting customer at a D.C. cafe claimed a server discriminated against her. The server said she just answered the woman’s question.

A Texas tourist dining at the Open City cafe at Washington National Cathedral complained recently after a server told her she didn’t appreciate the customer’s Trump 2020 campaign pin. Three days later, the server was fired. Like other well-publicized restaurant encounters between Trump-backing customers and Trump-loathing employees or diners in this politically divisive era, the […]

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Power restored after outage affected 39,000 in Northwest D.C. on Saturday

About 39,000 Pepco customers lost power for several hours starting Saturday afternoon, an outage that affected a wide swath of Northwest Washington, including parts of the Shaw, Logan Circle, U Street, Dupont Circle, Woodley Park, Van Ness, Mount Pleasant and Adams Morgan neighborhoods. Power was restored for all customers as of 2:48 a.m. Sunday, the utility […]

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