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Lawmakers in Alexandria have set a date for a public hearing where they will consider the use of eminent domain to take a parking lot owned by the Old Dominion Boat Club.
With comprehensive immigration reform stalled in the House, immigration activists took to the National Mall to call for lasting change, and several were arrested, including congressmen.
The family of a New Jersey man who set himself ablaze on the National Mall last week say he was a 'loving father and husband.'
A federal judge has ruled that she won't force a U.S. Naval Academy superintendent to recuse himself from the sexual assault case involving three midshipmen.
A campaign to get the Washington football team to change its name has at least captured the attention of officials with the NFL.
The famous Chincoteague ponies will have to postpone their biannual well check thanks to the shutdown of the federal government.
A school for adult learners is bringing its innovative techniques to bear on a second District campus, in the hopes of training more students to fill jobs in high-demand fields.
Thousands of federal employees from around the D.C. region are applying for unemployment benefits during the government shutdown — here are some tips to make it go smoothly.
Despite continued technical issues, thousands of Maryland residents have created accounts on the state's online marketplace for health insurance.
Voters in Arlington will be considering a ballot initiative that could create a new housing authority.