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Virginians contributed 40 times more to conservative Super PACs than to liberal ones, according to numbers released by the Virginia Public Access Project.
The expansion of gaming in Maryland is still undecided, as two House committees are making slow moves to deal with the issue.
Some Virginia Republicans are moving away from the famous Grover Norquist pledge that aims to never raise taxes.
It may be 75 years old, but like the people who use it, the Appalachian Trail is always moving.
A Virginia transportation company is launching a national TV ad campaign to focus more attention on the benefits of freight rail and all infrastructure investments.
Five Virginia medical centers may face penalties when patients are re-admitted to the hospital after being discharged.
In a startling reversal, Montgomery County's Volunteer Fire and Rescue Association says it will not seek another voter referendum on ambulance fees.
Low-income students in Maryland and Virginia will receive federal assistance to help pay for advanced placement tests.
Two candidates for Alexandria Mayor disagree over legal issues regarding the waterfront redevelopment plan.
The latest campaign finance reports are showing strong fundraising numbers for candidates running for the D.C. Council.
Shoppers in Maryland are taking advantage of some tax-free shopping from Aug. 12 to 18.
National Journal Hotline's Reid Wilson talks about why Mitt Romney announced his vice president in Virginia, Gov. Bob McDonnell's political future, and how the choice of Paul Ryan will play in the commonewealth.
A fatal accident involving a police cruiser halted traffic on Franconia Road in Alexandria earlier today. The driver of the other vehicle was pronounced dead at the scene; the police officer was hospitalized with minor injuries.
Maryland Rep. Elijah Cummings is speaking out against a possible D.C. commuter tax that his colleague, California Rep. Darrel Issa, said last month he is willing ot explore.
A Maryland State House committee didn't quite finish up its work on a Maryland expansion of gaming bill this weekend, and they'll meet again to hash out some proposed amendments. A final House vote could come today or tomorrow.
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