Obama to press for action on transportation funds in Virginia, Delaware events
Former U.Va. associate dean sentenced to nearly 9 years on child pornography charges
Former Md. Veterans Affairs official pleads guilty to federal extortion charge
Man wanted for questioning in Alexandria slayings indicted on unrelated gun charge
Ernst & Young paying $4M to settle SEC charges over lobbying Congress for 2 audit clients
D.C. breweries are likely to be toasting the D.C. Council after lawmakers on Monday approved a rule change that will allow them to sell pints of beer to customers in their tasting rooms.
US Air Force: Joint Base Langley-Eustis to lose 742 positions as part of nationwide cuts
A Loudoun County Grand Jury has indicted Charles Severance for possession of a weapon by a convicted felon, says the Commonwealths Attorney's office in the county.
Ohio Court of Claims awards $1.3 million to company over contract canceled by state agency
DC Council delivers final blow to outgoing mayor's priorities, overrides his veto of budget
Metro's Silver Line is on target to open July 26 and while some riders will see the benefits of an extra line, others will see fewer trains.
A combination, deli, convenience store, beer and wine shop and dry cleaner operation opened Monday in the first floor of the new Gallery Bethesda apartment building.
Clark Realty Capital's 10th Street Flats, a proposed 150,000-square-foot mixed-use project planned for Clarendon, is on the Arlington Board's next agenda and appears likely to win approval.
Prince George's County officials to vote next week on casino site plan
LeBron James' return to Cleveland dramatically shifts the balance of power in the Eastern Conference, leaving no clear front-runner.
A group of people from D.C. wasn't allowed to buy alcohol Saturday in Concord, New Hampshire because their identification showed they were from the Nation's Capital.
Where to find free, reliable Wi-Fi connections in the D.C. area as well as some of the more outside-the-box options.
DC Council to consider banning suspension, expulsion of pre-kindergarten students
Target officials told him he violated procedure by not filling out paperwork before contacting police.
US 460 retaining wall fails in Giles County, highway reduced to 1 lane each way
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