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D.C. Corruption: Calls Mount for Mayor Vincent Gray to Resign
D.C. Mayor's Campaign Under Investigation, As Were Most District Politicians
D.C.'s Delinquents: Half the District's Leaders Have Been Federally Investigated
From drug possession to tax fraud, city officials in Washington, D.C. are notorious for being less than law abiding. In the past four years half of D.C.'s top government officials, including D.C. councilmembers and the mayor, have been under investigation by either federal authorities or the D.C.
Dem. Strategist: 'Obama in a Win-Win Position'
Stefan Hankin says "majority still open to supporting president" on "Top Line."
Michelle Rhee's Next Move: Florida Governor-Elect Rick Scott's Transition Team
An interesting move for former Washington, DC schools chief Michelle Rhee. She's joining Florida Republican Governor-elect Rick Scott’s education transition team.
Will Michelle Rhee Head West?
What will the outgoing chancellor of Washington, D.C. schools do next? The only clue Michelle Rhee gave me this morning was she wouldn't mind heading west to be closer to her fiancé, the mayor of Sacramento. "My passion is in...
Education Tsarina Michelle Rhee Resigns
Michelle Rhee discusses her decision to step down as D.C. schools chancellor.
Tim Pawlenty Blames ‘Corrosive Impact Of Teachers’ Unions’ For Michelle Rhee's Resignation
The resignation of Washington, DC public schools chief Michelle Rhee drew a reaction from one potential 2012 presidential candidate: Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty.
Controversial Education Reformer Michelle Rhee Resigns as D.C. Schools Chancellor
Michelle Rhee, who made a reputation for being a firebrand reformer, resigned from her job as head of the D.C. Public Schools today, a casualty of a bitterly fought mayoral race. Though Rhee and her take-no-prisoners education reforms were not officially on the ballot in Washington, when Rhee's
Michelle Rhee Shakes Up the D.C. School District
The chancellor is working to improve the district's "crappy" education system.
With Mayor Adrian Fenty's Ouster, Will Michelle Rhee Still Run Washington Schools?
When Washington, D.C. primary voters rejected Mayor Adrian Fenty in his bid for reelection , they did more than throw the brusque young reformer out on his ear. There are plenty of local reasons for the mayor's loss, not the least of which is the perception that he was aloof and inaccessible. But