The last American veteran of World War I is lying in honor at Arlington National Cemetery, and a police department academy in Norfolk is revising training policies after a recruit collapsed during training and died.
The Frederick County Department of Public health says its ongoing investigation into cancer rates near Fort Detrick, Md., still doesn't show a cancer cluster, but residents are quick to point out the limits of the investigation.
A new play coming to the Lincoln Theatre next week tells the story of the first African-American football player at the University of Maryland -- and in the entire Atlantic Coast Conference. Darryl Hill speaks with WAMU's Rebecca Sheir about his historic career.
As members of Congress continue to negotiate a budget compromise, lawmakers are considering a wide range of potential cuts. But Georgetown University President John DeGioia is urging Congress not to cut federal funding for student financial aid.
Former Virginia governor and current Democratic National Committee Chair Tim Kaine hasn't made an official announcement about a run for U.S. Senate, but students at the University of Richmond are say they have the inside scoop on his intentions.
Thousands of state workers are marching on the Maryland State House for a rally they're calling "Enough is Enough: Keep the Promise." They're protesting plans that include raising their health care costs by 10 percent and making them wait longer before they can qualify for retirement benefits.
Some lawmakers from Maryland and Virginia are introducing a bill in Congress to establish federal standards for subway systems, including D.C.'s Metro. This isn't the first time such a bill has been considered.
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