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DC to Build Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure With $17 Million Fund

The District Department of Transportation will be granted $16.6 million in federal funding to build out electric vehicle charging stations.

National Air and Space Museum Partially Reopens in October

The Smithsonian’s National Air and Space Museum is reopening its west end on the National Mall following renovations on Friday, October 14. 

DC Residents to Access Free or Low-Cost Internet via New Program

The District of Columbia announced a new initiative that will offer high-speed connections to eligible households at reduced or no cost. 

Have You Lost All Your Data? Don’t Panic! They Are Here to Recover It

Data loss may happen due to various reasons but it is never irreversible. These are the best data recovery services in Washington DC.

T-Mobile Users Should Take Action After Data Hack, DC AG Warns

DC Attorney General Karl Racine said a consumer alert that victims of last year's T-Mobile data breach should take steps to avoid identity theft.

DC Attorney General Files Brief Against Facebook Immunity Over Hate Speech

Karl Racine filed a brief in a case against Facebook, saying it must be held accountable for misleading users about removing hate speech.

National Air And Space Museum to Temporarily Close in March

The National Air and Space Museum is scheduled to close its doors to the public on March 28, 2022, due to ongoing renovations.

DC Attorney General Adds Mark Zuckerberg as Defendant in Facebook Lawsuit

DC Attorney General Karl Racine added Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg as a defendant in a lawsuit he filed against the social media giant.