Snowfall that was in the forecast for last night didn't materialize in the immediate D.C. area, but there are still some weather-related problems out there this morning.
A 12th grade social studies class from Maryland saw democracy in action yesterday as they observed the "Occupy K Street" protest on a field trip.
Tim Kaine and George Allen squared off in the first debate of the 2012 Virginia Senate race. Debate moderator Bob Gibson weighs in on what we learned from the day's discussion.
D.C. hopes to become a leader in bridging the "digital divide," as Mayor Vincent Gray touts the city's new high-speed, fiber-optic network built with federal stimulus funds.
A D.C. affordable housing complex just got a little greener with the announcement that it will be powered in part by solar energy.
The results of the federal National Report Card study are in, and while DCPS showed improvements in certain areas, the scores still lagged behind the average of other public schools in large cities.
The National Weather Service has issued a winter weather advisory through Thursday, as the D.C. area braces itself for flooding and possible snow.
A roundup of school and other official government closings during inclement weather from our partner NBC Washington.
A new report is looking at how well federal agencies are using Twitter to interact with the public.
Police arrested 61 people Wednesday, when Occupy DC protesters attempted take over several intersections near McPherson Square after their march against lobbyists on K St.
Former Prince George's County Executive Jack Johnson will get to spend the holidays a free man before reporting to prison in February.
A young woman was stabbed last night in Northwood High School parking lot in Silver Spring, and police have identified several young women from Kennedy High School as suspects.
Snow is in the forecast for the D.C. area this week, which has officials talking about winter weather preparedness.
The D.C. Council gave preliminary approval to an ethics reform bill this week, but not before fighting over certain more stringent provisions that ultimately didn't make it into the bill.
The 'Take Back The Capitol' protests began in earnest Tuesday, with D.C. residents among those occupying the offices of Republicans like Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell.
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