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A driver was shot after he rear-ended someone in DC

A man was shot during an altercation in the Third Street Tunnel in DC. According to police, an argument escalated after the driver of a Ford Explorer rear-ended a sedan, and the Ford Explorer driver was shot.  (Gaspard Le Dem / DCist)

Lots of $ for highways, a little $ for bikes in the federal transportation bill

The new federal transportation bill making its way through Congress would increase highway spending but also allocate more money for pedestrian and bike projects. Advocates say it misses opportunities to promote environmental responsibility.  (Angie Schmitt / Streetsblog)

MoCo will soon require an economic impact statement for all bills

A new bill passed by the Montgomery County Council requires any new legislation to undergo an economic impact statement to access its impact on the county’s businesses and residents.   (Dan Schere / Bethesda Beat)

DC’s attorney general sues a landlord for failing to remove lead paint

The DC Attorney General’s office is suing a landlord for not removing or contain lead paint at a property on R Street SE. The owner ignored several of the city’s demands to remove the paint and didn’t pay penalties.   (Abigail Constantino / WTOP)

DC residents want development without displacement

Community members and local businesses east of the Anacostia spoke about the need for smart development that won’t displace residents at an event hosted by the Kojo Nnamdi show.   (Julie Depenbrock / WAMU)

You need six figures to live well in DC

A new study found that to live comfortably in DC, your household income should be at least $133,000 a year. However, most households in DC do not earn that much.  (Marissa J. Lang / Post)

Eleanor Holmes Norton wants a confederate statue removed

Congressional delegate Eleanor Holmes Norton introduced a bill to remove a statue of Confederate general Albert Pike located on federal land near Judiciary Square.   (Andrew Giambrone / Curbed)

Lakeforest Mall in Gaithersburg has a new owner

South Carolina-based commercial real estate company WRS Inc. purchased Lakeforest Mall in Gaithersburg. The deal does not include the four anchor store spaces.  (Charlie Wright / Bethesda Beat)

Thumbnail: Police tape neear the US Capitol by Victoria Pickering licensed under Creative Commons.

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