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The iconic fishing pier in Ocean City, severely damaged during Hurricane Sandy, reopened to the public earlier today just in time for the summer season.
Some 2,200 volunteers and family members of the fallen are participating in events this weekend to promote healing.
David Hawkings, political columnist at Hawkings Here for Roll Call, talks about the latest behind a Virginia lawmaker's push to get a high-skill immigration bill in the House.
Hawaii is thousands of miles from D.C., but this weekend you'll be to celebrate island arts and culture at the Smithsonian.
It's Memorial Day weekend, which means that outdoor pools will be opening to the public.
A man who pleaded guilty to sexually abusing a 13-year-old girl in 1983 is still on the state's sex offender registry, even though he won an appeal to have it removed.
Motorists still can't drive up 14th Street between Pennsylvania and New York Avenues, but the southbound lanes are open.
The tribes are recognized by the United Kingdom, but not the United States—thus denying them benefits enjoyed by other Native American tribes throughout the country.
Unlike past Memorial Day long weekends, gas prices in the region are on the rise.
The U.S. House Judiciary Sub-committee held a hearing into a bill that was initially intended to restrict abortions in D.C. alone, but is now being expanded nationally.
Ken Cuccinelli's decision to maintain his position as Virginia's attorney general during his run for governor has raised concerns.
Maryland's gas tax increase this summer will bring an increase in something else: gas inspections and paperwork at stations.
One person is dead and a second is critically injured, after a section of a parking garage at Westfield Montgomery Mall in Bethesda collapsed Thursday afternoon.
The Atlantic Coast Conference is suing the University of Maryland, demanding it pay a $52 million fine for withdrawing from the conference.
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