District of Columbia

After no small amount of debate, delay, and controversy, the first phase of D.C. Metro's Silver Line will launch passenger service today. The line will connect Washington D.C. to northwestern Virginia, including four stops in Tysons Corner.
Yesterday   The Washington Post
After about a decade of planning and litigation, and another six years of construction, the first part of the first of two spans to replace the old Woodrow Wilson Bridge between Prince George's County, Md. and Alexandria, Va. is open to traffic.
Jun 13, 2006   The Washington Post
Plans for a massive new Pentagon-sized Homeland Security complex threaten to ruin one of the finest vistas in Washington, D.C.
Jun 9, 2006   The Washington Post
A new study shows that Adequate Public Finance Ordinances (APFOs)in the National Capital Region may counter state's efforts at managing growth effectively.
May 30, 2006   The Washington Post
If Washington, D.C. gets a new stadium, what will the city lose?
May 16, 2006   By Chris Steins
Soaring above the Potomac River, the new Woodrow Wilson Bridge will be completed on time and on budget, thanks to regional cooperation.
May 16, 2006   The Washington Post
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the District of Columbia continues to lose resident population, although city leaders deny the trend.
May 6, 2006   Washington Citypaper
The law requires developers to put down a deposit for unforeseen repairs needed by owners, yet the it can be very difficult for owners to get their hands on the money.
Apr 21, 2006   Washington City Paper
In Washington, D.C., "siteseeing" has proved increasingly alluring as construction projects abound.
Apr 12, 2006   Washington City Paper
Washington, D.C., northern Virginia, and suburban Maryland compete for everything else -- why not transit dollars? Will transit funding for the Virginia airport leave Maryland behind?
Apr 11, 2006   The Washington Post
A Washington, D.C. non-profit provides potential homebuyers with invaluable preparation, from financing to interior design.
Apr 1, 2006   Washington City Paper