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Recipe for bankruptcy: Mix flour, sugar and cooking oil. Lease pricey real estate.
Cupcakes still lined the counter of an empty and unlit Crumbs Bake Shop on 42nd Street in New York City on Tuesday afternoon, the day after the largest U.S. cupcake retailer announced it was closing.
A campaign to get a marijuana legalization bill on the November ballot has twice the number of required signatures.
Advocates seeking more lenient marijuana laws have no intention of stopping with Colorado and Washington.
Last month the American Civil Liberties Union released a report titled "War Comes Home: The Excessive Militarization of American Policing," shedding much-needed light on the emergence of a militarist ethos in policing across the nation.
A case before the U.S. District Court of Appeals in the District of Columbia may determine the Affordable Care Act was written in such a way that it prevents the federal government's HealthCare.gov web site from offering subsidies.
Supporters of a ballot initiative that would let District of Columbia voters decide whether possession of up to two ounces of marijuana should be legal in the nation's capital say they've got the signatures required to put the measure on November's ballot.
Michigan Governor Rick Snyder signed legislation on July 1 that grants direct access to physical therapy to the state's residents.
Mia Kuumba, of the District of Columbia, brandishes a wooden stick during a rally in front of the Nigerian embassy in northwest Washington, Tuesday, May 6, 2014.
We tracked down the source of the claim: a 2013 report by Child Care Aware of America, which describes itself as the "nation's leading voice for child care."
The number of Arizona residents living in concentrated "poverty areas" grew significantly in the first decade of the century, according to a new Census report.
EDUCATION CONTINUES to be the most important issue facing the District of Columbia, and nowhere are the challenges greater than in Ward 8. That's why voters there would do well to pay attention to the candidates vying to represent them on the State Board of Education in a special election this month.
A permanent-change-of-station move prompts its own challenges, but family members with special-needs children face another complexity when looking for the right schools at their new home, a Defense Department official said here yesterday.
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