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U.S. Attorney Working Toward Decision in Probe of Former D.C. Mayor

WASHINGTON — The new U.S. Attorney for the District of Columbia says the investigation into the 2010 campaign of former mayor Vincent Gray is one of his “top priorities” and he hopes to make a decision on whether to charge Gray “as expeditiously as possible.” 107 more words


Hearings Postponed for Figures in D.C. Mayor Investigation

WASHINGTON — The yearslong investigation of former District of Columbia mayor Vincent Gray shows no sign of concluding anytime soon.

Prosecutors say five people who pleaded guilty to felonies related to Gray’s campaign or his benefactor, Jeffrey Thompson, are still cooperating with investigators. 111 more words


"What's Taking So Long?" Former DC Mayor Vincent Gray and the Pace of White Collar Investigations

The United States Attorney for the District of Columbia, Ronald C. Machen Jr., announced his resignation last week. He leaves with an impressive record of accomplishments from five years at the helm of the nation’s largest U.S. 2,160 more words

White Collar Crime

D.C. Mayor Backs Away from Court Battle Over Local Tax Dollars

WASHINGTON — District of Columbia Mayor Muriel Bowser is backing away from a strange court battle with the D.C. Council over an issue they both agree on. 125 more words


The Rocky Horror Show

The Rocky Horror Show
Director: Sam Buntrock
Writer: Richard O’Brien
Cast: Rob Fowler, Harriet Bunton, David Ribi, Stuart Matthew Price, Maria Franzén, Hannah Cadec, Vincent Gray, Charles Brunton, Herbert Steinböck… 452 more words


Mayor Bowser Sworn In, Promises LGBT Rights

Published January 8, 2015

The successor of what many have called Washington D.C.’s most LGBT supportive mayor, Vincent Gray, was sworn in last week. 366 more words


AP: D.C. Farm Site is Ecological Disaster

WASHINGTON — In May 2013, the mayor of the nation’s capital announced that the city would partner with a produce supplier to build what the company called “the most productive urban farm in the world.” 861 more words