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When it comes to paying for much-needed transportation improvements in the Washington region, one question stands out: How?
Patrick Moran, the son of a Virginia congressman, is having a bad year. First he was caught on tape discussing how to commit voter fraud. Now he has pleaded guilty to assaulting his girlfriend.
Federal workers responding to a Partnership for Public Service survey ranked NASA the best place to work among large government agencies.
A new siren will warn the town of a catastrophic dam failure at the Occoquan Reservoir, which holds 8.3 billion gallons of drinking water.
Fairfax County is debating policies that would encourage county employees to stop smoking in an effort to improve workers' health and reduce health care costs.
Efforts are under way in Virginia and nationally to revamp election laws so voters aren't stuck in long lines at the polls.
A majority of people in the D.C. metro area think a failure to avert the "fiscal cliff" will negatively affect the local economy, but many don't believe it will hurt them personally, a new WTOP Beltway Poll finds.
The country's first all-electric taxi fleet could be coming to Arlington, but concern about the technology may hold it up.
Metro hopes to ease traffic and commuter headaches for the upcoming Jan. 21 presidential inauguration and has updated its ceremony day plans to address long waits and gridlock that plagued its train stations four years ago.
The odd hours that Metro's overnight bus and train operators and maintenance workers keep is contributing to their fatigue. And those fatigued workers are more likely to make mistakes that cause accidents.