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Another 17 people were arrested Wednesday on federal charges of trafficking drugs from Texas to D.C.
The District of Columbia's attorney general wants a federal judge to decide whether federal prosecutors can examine documents relating to a $7.5 million settlement between the district and its former Medicaid contractor.
Federal prosecutors say the District of Columbia attorney general's office is withholding documents relevant to their ongoing investigation of corruption in city politics.
Maryland teenager has pleaded guilty to stabbing another teen in the heart during a fight at the Woodley Park Metro station. And five other teens who have pleaded guilty to related charges are set to be sentenced in December.
A D.C. pediatrician who has practiced for decades in the District has pleaded guilty to to a single charge of possession of child pornography. He will be sentenced in December.
A D.C. woman who killed a pedestrian when her car pinned the woman to a tree has been sentenced to seven years in prison for involuntary manslaughter and driving under the influence.
An Annapolis man has pleaded guilty to involuntary manslaughter and driving while intoxicated in the March crosswalk death of 71-year-old Ruby Whitfield.
A D.C. man who posed as a cab driver, was convicted Monday of sexually assaulting and kidnapping three women who had hailed the man's cab.
The owner of a Southeast barbershop pleaded guilty to charges connected to his role as a ring leader of an elaborate scheme that targeted dead people, drug addicts and people duped into believing they would receive "Obama Stimulus Money."