Residents of Arlington have not seen eye to eye with VDOT over their plans to address I-66 congestion by expanding the number of lanes on the road.
Accoring to a study, D.C. ranks as the fifth most active terrorist hotspot in the United States, behind other major metropolitan areas like New York and San Francisco.
Mayor Vincent Gray is visiting ratings agencies in New York City to try and persuade them to upgrade the District's credit rating based on the relative health of the local economy.
The Montgomery County Council's public safety committee has approved a plan to put traffic cameras on school buses, removing one more obstacle to its implementation.
The Exelon Corporation is looking to make its new headquarters at a waterfront property in Baltimore, as part of its buyout of Constellation Energy.
American University has signed a contract to purchase a building to become the new home for WAMU 88.5, the public radio news and information station licensed to American University.
Teachers at schools like Turner at Green Elementary in Southeast D.C. try to instill in young students that they can grow up to achieve their goals. However, the reality is many public school students in D.C. will not graduate. Educators and researchers are now working to identify the early warning signs that a student may eventually drop out, and address those issues at an early age.
The National Prayer Breakfast is a D.C. institution, catering to the country's elite. A People's Prayer Breakfast was also held this morning -- a more humble gathering united behind the message of social justice.
Ketcham Elementary School in Southeast D.C. is on alert after a student reported being sexually assaulted by a man on Wednesday.
A decades old legislation to repeal a law that limits handgun purchases in Virginia has advanced in both the House and the Senate.
The U.S. House passed a bill Wednesday that would freeze federal workers' pay for the next year.
With the end of the war in Iraq, thousands of soldiers have returned home, and many of them are going to college. Two writing professors in Virginia have taken on a special project to help veterans transition from the service to the classroom.
A law requiring Virginia voters to show photo ID at polling places has passed the Virginia House.
A D.C.-based nonprofit is hoping to combat sexual violence against women on college campuses on a national scale.
A lesbian couple from California is suing the Department of Defense for veterans' benefits. Another couple from Alexandria did the same thing this past November.