Montgomery County Council President Roger Berliner is optimistic his county would be fine if Congress went over the fiscal cliff.
Virginia leaders are celebrating a major new corporate headquarters in Tysons Corner.
Booking a hotel in Virginia Beach may take a toll on your wallet... if a certain proposal goes through, that is.
Commentator Judith Sandalow talks about why the D.C. Council's support for low-income grandparents caring for grandchildren is an important step in the District.
A hospital worker has been accused of infecting patients with Hepatitis C through contaminated syringes.
Pepco is asking for another rate hike, and one of its most ardent critics in Montgomery County is already saying the utility shouldn't get it.
Preventing teenagers from texting while driving continues to be a challenge, but one group may be on the path to an effective solution.
The Senate resumes debate on a defense authorization bill today while the rest of Congress awaits more fiscal cliff negotiations and gets logistics settled for the coming year.
Metro is proposing changes to several D.C. Metrobus lines; tonight, officials will take comments on proposed changes to the W6 and W8 lines, which have been subject to several rock throwing attacks in the past.
A University of Virginia student from Falls Church was killed in a boating accident off the Caribbean island of Dominica this weekend while traveling for a study abroad program.
Virginia's utility regulation law is costing customers as much as $1 billion more than necessary, according to a new report from Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli.
Smartphone owners whose phones are stolen now have the ability to "brick" their phones, rendering them useless — a method that's expected to help deter cell phone theft.
The D.C. area's 911 emergency call system has been suffering widespread failures for more than two years, long before the June 2012 derecho storm called attention to the problem.
Prince William and Kate married in April 2011. Now, the future king and queen are expecting. Royal watchers can now go into a tizzy.
Some Syrian military attacks on Turkey have drawn a harsh response. But in an incident over the weekend, the Turks chose to play it down. The episode shows the complicated nature of the battle.