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Could the future of the Districts health exchange now be up to...

Friday was the deadline for the city to explain why U.S. District Judge Beryl A. Howell should dismiss a legal challenge from a life insurance group against D.C.'s planned 1 percent tax on Big News Network, 2 weeks ago

Metro busker wins reprieve; judge rules the show can go on for now

By , Alex W. Young, who makes his living with a guitar and a song, says he finally got tired of being shooed away from Metro stations by police officers. He saw no harm in what he was doing — playing music for tips outside subway entrances, ...
 Washington Post1 week ago D.C.-area Busker wins round in suit against Metro ban on accepting tips near stations  Washington Post1 week ago Weather Gang: D.C.-area busker wins round in suit against Metro ban on accepting tips near stations  Washington Post1 week ago

Judge May Tell FBI to Dig for Polygraph Files

By ROSE BOUBOUSHIAN (CN) - A student who used the Freedom of Information Act to obtain controversial polygraph testing records is entitled to production from the FBI, a federal judge ruled. While studying for her doctoral degree at the ...
 Courthouse News Service6 days ago

VICTORY: Court Orders Metro Authorities to Allow Busker Street Musician to Continue Performing at DC Metro Stations

August 15, 2014 WASHINGTON, DC — In a resounding win for the First Amendment, a federal court judge has granted a request by Rutherford Institute attorneys to enjoin the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA) from preventing ...
 Rutherford Institute2 weeks ago D.C. Metro update: Judge allows subway musicians to receive tips  Yahoo! News2 weeks ago Busker Can Keep Playing D.C. Metro Stops for Now  Courthouse News Service1 week ago

Editorial: Metro should mellow out on musicians at stations

By , FORBES MAGAZINE RECENTLY NAMED Washington as America's Coolest City for 2014, which is, well, cool. But in many respects, the District remains a button-down kind of place — sometimes a little too button-down. We could offer plenty of ...
 Washington Post1 week ago
Miami Herald

Since its founding, the CIA rarely has met a secret it doesn't like

WASHINGTON -- The CIA's current fight to keep secret the details of its terror suspect interrogations echoes its long history of keeping the public in the dark, sometimes for decades. This latest skirmish pits the spy agency against the Senate ...
 Miami Herald3 weeks ago
Christian Science Monitor

An open-or-shut case: 'Starving' guitarist sues for tips in D.C. Metro

The D.C. Metro says Alex Young cannot leave his guitar case open for tips when he plays for commuters. His lawsuit says the open case sends a message to society, making it protected free speech. A musician plays a guitar while pedestrians listen at ...
 Christian Science Monitor3 weeks ago

Woman who touted her charity work sentenced in $5.1 million embezzlement

By , A Maryland woman who embezzled $5.1million from a District-based nonprofit was sentenced to 46months in prison Friday after a sobbing apology in court that proved unmoving to a federal judge. You strike me, despite your tears here, as a ...
 Washington Post1 month ago
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