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Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley says if voters reject gambling in Prince George's County when they vote on the measure in November, he won't seek to re-introduce the gaming legislation while he's governor.
Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley took aim at his Republican counterpart from Virginia Monday, saying Gov. Bob McDonnell's budget surplus was the result of "gimmicks" and accusing McDonnell of "suppressing" votes.
They marched into the auditorium as cadets. Minutes later, they were sworn in as the newest members of D.C.'s Metropolitan Police Department.
All three suspects arrested in a robbery and beating near Eastern Market that left a Capitol Hill man fighting for his life will be charged as adults in the crime, WTOP has learned.
More traffic cameras are coming to D.C., but they won't be for speeders or red-light runners.
"I want to see whether our increase in fines has actually meant anything in terms of fewer numbers of people speeding or going through red lights," says D.C. Councilmember Mary Cheh, (D-Ward 3).
Nationals officials are asking the District to pay to keep the Metro system open late should the team make it to the playoffs.
Plans are underway for the chairman of the D.C. Council, Kwame Brown, to resign. Brown has been charged with one felony count of bank fraud in response to a federal investigation.
WTOP's Mark Segraves was waiting in the anteroom between Council Chairman Kwame Brown's office and the Council's main chamber, along with NPR reporter Patrick Madden and the Examiner's Alan Blinder. When the chairman left his office to enter the chamber for their continued budget debate, Segraves asked about a report from WUSA reporter Bruce Johnson that federal investigators had revealed part of their case against Brown.
WTOP's Mark Segraves is tweeting from the monthly breakfast meeting of D.C.'s mayor and council.