There are a ton of Uber and Lyft vehicles roaming around DC, but it's unlikely that they're creating more traffic. One study shows ride-hailing and car-sharing apps are leading people to give up personal vehicle ownership. (Martin DiCaro / WAMU)
Hospitals in DC employed 28,000 people and generated billions of dollars in 2015. Spending and hiring is increasing at hospitals across the region, making them a serious economic force. (Tina Reed / Washington Business Journal)
Last weekend, Uber users across the country deleted the app after interpreting its actions as an attempt to profit off of the outrage over Trump's immigration ban. Some local residents say that was merely the final straw for Uber while others say they're fine with the company. (Martin Di Caro / WAMU 88.5FM)
In 10 years, Crystal City has reinvented itself into a growing and walkable community. That didn't happen without challenges, though, starting with a lot of government jobs leaving thanks to BRAC. This podcast takes a deeper look. (Arlington Now)
DC's demographics have changed a lot over the past two decades, leaving many of the district's historically African American-majority churches with shrinking congregations and changing communities. Some churches are leaving the District while others are staying put. (The Kojo Nnamdi Show)
Rather than continue to let them divide neighborhoods, cities across the country are looking to reroute or remove highways. A national report takes aim at those highways that do the most damage (Laura Bliss / City Lab)
After Walmart pulled out of plans to build at Skyland Town Center in Ward 7 early last year, the entire development has been on hold. But the developer just requested a zoning modification that would make it possible for them to break ground on over 250 apartments with ground-floor retail this year. (Nena Perry-Brown / UrbanTurf)
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