Many Iranian-Americans in the D.C. region, like their Egyptian-American counterparts, are keeping a close eye on protests in their home country.
The District's breathalyzer woes continue. D.C.'s acting attorney general says the city has dropped dozens of drunk-driving prosecutions.
The city took control of the struggling United Medical Center last spring after years of financial trouble.
Northern Virginia Rep. Frank Wolf (R) says he's not happy with the way the multibillion-dollar Silver Line project is being handled. And now he's calling for more scrutiny.
In Maryland, Montgomery County Council members are formulating their wish list for transportation projects, and opinions differ about what to prioritize.
Council members in Montgomery County, Md., have approved an increase in fines for developers and construction companies that cause environmental damage.
The first integrated school in Virginia says while Black History Month is a good time to herald diversity, the effort needs to continue year-round.
Weaving, screenings and painting starting on Wednesday.
In Maryland, advocates for and against a bill that would allow undocumented immigrants to pay in-state college tuition are in Annapolis to make a point.
As the Virginia attorney general's challenge to the nation's health care law is continuing to make its way through the judicial system, Ken Cuccinelli is taking his argument to Congress as well.
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