A DC jury will not be kind to Paul Manafort

Some things are true even if Newt Gingrich says they are. In August, the former Speaker—a man for whom the phrase “no whit abashed” is a business model—threw shade on Robert Mueller’s investigation of the Trump campaign.

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Jim Graham, more and less

Longtime D.C. Council member Jim Graham died last week at 71. He started his career as a clerk for Supreme Court Justice Earl Warren. He ended it as a shill for a Petworth strip club.

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Source: 2 more D.C. wards slain

Two more young men who were committed to the D.C.’s youth justice agency have joined the District’s grim roll call in separate homicides this week, The Washington Examiner has learned.

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Department’s history with evidence, technology less than stellar

District officials have struggled for years to come to grips with modern, scientific police work. As late as 2007, the department was still using carbon to make copies of its reports. Chief Cathy Lanier has promised to drag the department into the 21st century, but her record is spotty.

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Gray’s approach: Slow but steady

D.C. Council Chairman Vincent Gray wants to convince voters that he’s no mere Mr. Nice Guy.
Despite his promises to be a caring, considerate leader, Gray says he’s not afraid to make tough decisions.

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