Tourists and other passers-by might be startled to see teepees scattered across the lawn of the Washington Monument, but for the American Indians who set them up, that’s partly the point.
Maryland marijuana activists are making another push for legalization this legislative session, even as the state struggles to launch its medical marijuana program four years after it became law.
Police officials said Friday that gang activity in Northern Virginia is “getting out of control,” as they announced the deaths of two people whose remains were found in a public park in Fairfax County.
Reports from the sheriff’s office and the Leesburg, Middleburg and Purcellville police.
The Master Singers of Virginia concert “Flight” and programs on Vietnam and the Civil War.
The array of lesser fines is confusing, and threatens to pit travelers against each other.
Police say crimes over religious bias, gender identity and sexual orientation rose in 2016.
Ernest Yombo would rather students at Latin American Montessori Bilingual school come to class on Thursday, but instead, they will get an unexpected day off.
District activists and local officials insist they can feel new energy surging through the D.C. statehood movement — even in the face of a vote by a House committee Monday night to strike down a high-profile city law passed less than two months ago.
Republican lawmakers took the first step in a race against the clock to repeal legislation passed in Washington, D.C., that would authorize physicians to prescribe life-ending drugs to terminally ill patients who wish to die.
The education secretary opted for a new security team after an encounter with protesters.
The D.C. region’s investment in the rail system should match its importance.
More than 100 workers are being investigated for racking up pension time while on possibly “excessive” unpaid leave.
Alternatives involve lower tax rate and private insurance plans
Business leaders move on to council to reconsider changes to landmark law.
No one was reported injured in the blaze at the home that belongs to the United Arab Emirates Embassy.
Weekly protests outside the new home and headquarters of white nationalist Richard Spencer have brought attention to a gourmet candy store.
County Executive Rushern Baker III wants Maxwell to “continue his work” reforming school system.