D.C. police are feeling the heat after a 14-year-old boy was shot by an off-duty officer. We’ll gauge how the case is affecting the relationship between police and the community. Plus, we’ll hear from the city’s new fire chief about the plan to reform his agency. Join us for our weekly review of the politics, policies, and personalities of the District of Columbia.


  • Michael Neibauer Reporter, DC Examiner
  • Marc Fisher Enterprise Editor, The Washington Post
  • William Lockridge District 4 Member (Wards 7 & 8), D.C. State Board of Education
  • Dennis Rubin Chief, Fire and Emergency Medical Services, District of Columbia

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