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Gov. Martin O'Malley inked a partnership during his recent trade mission to Israel and Jordan that will fund joint development between companies in Israel and Maryland.
The Senate's last minute bill to ease air congestion included a typo that held up the bill's implementation.
Local lawmakers say collecting sales taxes from online purchases will generate a lot of revenue that is otherwise lost in many states.
The 17-year emergence of the Brood II cicadas are due to arrive within the next few weeks.
A study ranks the Commonwealth in the top 10 for overall freedom.
Ecologists at Nassawango Creek Preserve near Maryland's Eastern Shore are renewing the land by setting it on fire.
Gov. Martin O'Malley's Stream Restoration Challenge is accepting proposals to help protect the state's waterways.
Supreme Court justices are questioning a state law that would override a federal employee's designation of a beneficiary in a federal insurance program.
Washington, D.C.'s art scene just got some new bragging rights, as one of the District's premier music venues has been named number one in the nation.
D.C. is a big destination for business conferences, so it's no surprise that one local resident decided to celebrate her 30th birthday with one.
Runners in D.C. gathered for a 5/10k on Saturday to honor the victims in the Boston Marathon.
D.C. Mayor Vince Gray's budget proposal includes funds for a new D.C. Circulator route along the National Mall.
Lawmakers are divided over a measure to give more flexibility to the FAA while leaving strict spending requirements in place for other parts of the government.
There's yet another snag in getting the much-maligned Silver Spring Transit Center in Maryland open.
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