Two Metro workers have pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court after bilking hundreds of thousands of dollars in coins from fare machines over several years.
The Environmental Protection Agency was "intentionally misled" about lead levels by officials at DC Water, according to the D.C. inspector general's office.
Montgomery County executive Isiah Leggett's plan to keep a controversial energy tax has roiled business leaders in the area who expected it to be a temporary measure when it was passed two years ago.
In an effort to drum up badly-needed revenue to repair transportation infrastructure, Virginia may soon begin selling the naming rights for roads and bridges in the Commonwealth.
Wisconsin Rep. Paul Ryan will release a budget plan this week that most Democrats and some Republicans are expected to oppose.
Police are still looking for suspects in three crimes against gay and transgender individuals during the past few weeks. It remains to be seen whether they would all be treated as bias-related.
An adult daycare center in Northeast D.C. is boarded up this morning after a freak parking accident on Sunday.
Maryland Sen. Barbara Mikulski (D) will be honored this week for serving 35 years in Congress.
Virginia and Maryland fared poorly in a state integrity review released this week, with Virginia achiving an 'F' overall on its corruption risk report card.