A District of Columbia City Council member who was charged Thursday with taking thousands of dollars' worth of district property and filing false tax returns has resigned.
When President Obama signs the $410 billion omnibus spending bill, there will be shouts of joy from both sides as Republicans and Democrats get their cherished earmarks.
The District of Columbia Council plans to vote on new gun legislation
Former employees of a payday lender based in this Cincinnati suburb have criticized the company's business practices, saying they were pushed to solicit minority and low-income residents and get them to go deeper into debt.
THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA has never been much of a financial mecca, but suddenly it has attracted some big names in banking. By early April four New York banks -- Chase Manhattan, Morgan, Chemical, ...