Vincent Gray

Ronald C. Machen Jr., formerly U.S. Attorney for the District of Columbia, is now at the Wilmer Hale law firm likely on his way to a long million-dollar-a-year career. This is his reward for a nearly...
Last Saturday a number of groups I respect including the National Institute for Civil Discourse, DC Vote, DC Working Families, and the Urban Institute got together and using foundation funding hosted...
As a standing-room-only crowd of 250 District voters packed into the basement of Dumbarton House, moderator Davis Kennedy of The Current Newspapers introduced six candidates for DC mayor Thursday...
Petitions to place your name on the April 1, 2014 primary ballot for Mayor were available to be picked up on Friday, November 8th and it took only five days for the DC Bar to hold the first mayoral...
(Photo by: Peter Rosenstein) Start of the walk AIDS Walk 2013 was a big success! More than 10,000 of people came together to raise more than $675,000 so far for HIV care at Whitman-Walker Health and...
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Mayor Gray did the right thing when he vetoed the Large Retailer Accountability Act of 2013 (LRAA), more colloquially known as the Wal-Mart bill. In vetoing the bill the Mayor said, “This bill...
“My grandfather was a very stocky, good looking Irishman with blond hair and I was told at one point that when they were bringing a caravan of whiskey down from up north, there was a scene...
In 2010 the voters of the District approved having the Attorney General be independently elected. Today the AG is appointed by the Mayor. There are many issues which remain regarding how that office...
Stressing in a frustrated tone that the District of Columbia “still does not have full representation,” Mayor Vincent C. Gray on Wednesday swore in members of the Washington Commemorative...