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Members of the community group Empower D.C. will be in federal court on Friday to try to stop 15 D.C. public schools from closing later this year.
House Republicans passed legislation that gives the Treasury Department new power in case the federal government defaults on its loans.
The D.C. Council voted to slash the budget, just a day after the city's public school system and a charter school announced a collaboration to create a new school in southeast D.C.
MGM's proposal would bring a Las Vegas-style casino—Maryland's sixth—to the National Harbor in Prince George's County.
A D.C. Council committee voted today to fund an advocate for parents and students within the city's public school bureaucracy.
The Arlington Cemetery now has space to inter more unclaimed remains from American service members as they open their ninth columbarium.
Everybody knows RG3 can rack up the yards, but it turns out he can rack up the fundraising bucks too, pulling in $33,000 for the American Cancer Society at a luncheon honoring Tanya Snyder, wife of the Redskins owner.
The National Forest Service will soon rule on whether fracking will be permitted in the 1 million acre preserve of Virginia's the George Washington National Forest.
Attorney General Doug Gansler says the sweeping gun control legislation is legally defensible, giving Gov. Martin O'Malley the green light to sign it next week.
The race between Democrat Terry McAuliffe and Republican Ken Cuccinelli may be about the issues for now, but it's certain to turn ugly later this year.
When it comes to treating children with mental health issues, D.C. has made progress in some areas, but "bureaucratic fragmentation" has lead to deficiencies in others.
A Republican senator wants to prohibit abortions in D.C. after 20 weeks, provoking complaints from city officials that he's imposing his opinion upon D.C. residents.
Fares for the popular D.C. Circulator bus service could jump from $1 to $2 in cash or $1 to $1.50 with a SmarTrip card, with additional revenues going to pay for an expansion of the service.