Schedulers and dispatchers for MetroAccess, Metro's last-mile mobility service for people with disabilities, went on strike Friday seeking higher wages. A union negotiator said most make less than $15 an hour. Under a back-to-work agreement, striking workers returned to work on Saturday, though the union that represents most Metro employees warns that a second, extended MetroAccess strike is an option.
Plans for the signature drill-bit-shaped building at Amazon HQ2 in Crystal CityNational Landing are in question. The group managing National Airport says the Meeting Tower of Bezos is too tall, in violation of FAA safety regulations. As a result, the company could have to scale back plans or just lop off the top 13 feet.
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