A confidential report revealed that Kaya Henderson regularly used her position of chancellor to give out favors to influential parents, placing their kids in better schools while other requests languished or were rejected. (Post)
The federal Court of Appeals appeals has given litigants until next week to respond to a request from the state to force a lower court to finally make a decision on the Purple Line's approval. (Andrew Metcalf / Bethesda)
Documents related to Trump's new education plan show a $10.6 billion cut from current federal initiatives. The plan would also heavily invest in promoting school-choice promoting policies. The official budget is expected to be released within a week. (Post)
Chris Otten, a DC resident, claimed to be a “citizen agent” who opposes greedy development projects, but detractors say he is using the system and his own knowledge of municipal codes for monetary gain and to extort developers. (Paul Schwartzman / Post)
Wawa, the celebrated convenience store and sandwich restaurant, will be opening a 'restaurant-style' location in DC. A location and opening time will be announced in June. Wawa is opening 3 stores in Virginia this summer. (Rachel Kurzius / DCist)
A protest outside the Turkish Ambassador's residence turned into a violent battle when Turkish security personnel assaulted the protestors. At least nine were injured in the brawl, but as of yet only two arrests have been made. (Rachel Sadon / DCist)
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