Newsham’s work praised as interim as more than 100 applied for position.
Some wonder whether broadly worded discipline policies produce too many suspensions.
A bill sponsored by Rep. John Delaney (Md.) proposes more federal cash for Metro if it improves its board and tweaks union contracts.
Mayor Muriel E. Bowser had threatened veto over cost concerns, but decides against it
409 tests sent for retesting, including 294 for pregnant women
From Baltimore to Centreville, immigrants and advocates describe raids and detentions and prepare for more.
Marcus Lindsey was sentenced to 20 years in a Maryland human-trafficking case.
A Virginia man was given 81/2 years in prison for seeking to aid an extremist group.
Lawmakers and transit administrators say short-term funding penalties unfairly target smaller agencies in Maryland and Virginia.
Langley Park is eager for better public transit but fears redevelopment will push out residents.
The project to harvest energy from pedestrians’ steps doesn’t always keep the lights on, but tweaks are being made.
Virginia’s governor, chairman of the National Governors Association, plans to meet with the president next week.
Trump is under water in Virginia with a negative 38 – 56 percent job approval rating.
The District will soon offer the most generous paid family and medical leave in the country after Mayor Muriel Bowser on Thursday declined to veto legislation that was approved by the D.C. Council in December.
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Metro General Manager Paul Wiedefeld said system officials will turn to reliability for passengers this year after devoting much of 2016 trying to rebuild a crumbling subway.
The congresswoman has kept constituents at arm’s length, favoring telephone forums and small groups.
President Trump cites insights from his personal pilot to critique the government’s approach.