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Democrat Terry McAuliffe is up 43-38 over Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli, according to a new poll.
Pennsylvania-based Parx Casino has submitted a bid to build a $800 million gaming facility in Ft. Washington, the sixth casino in the state.
Forty more abandoned homes are set to be razed this year due to a bureaucratic change that makes the process easier.
Despite a federal ruling against its claims, Empower D.C. says it will continue to fight the planned closure of 15 D.C. public schools.
Much like Uber before it, the D.C. Taxicab Commission says that SideCar, a new app-based service that connects residents looking for a ride to regular drivers willing to offer one, is illegal.
A total of 46 abandoned homes have been razed this year in Prince George's County, with dozens more planned in an effort to buoy property values and remove eyesores.
An injunction sought by Empower DC against the closure of 15 D.C. public schools was refused by a federal judge on Wednesday.
The office of Republican Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli has been recused in the embezzlement case against a former Executive Mansion chef.
If you've never been the top of the Washington Monument, this video will give you a good idea of just how good the views are from 555 feet up.
The work, which would largely be paid for by residential and commercial customers, would cut down on power outages after severe storms.
Thosands of police and their families will gather at the U.S. Capitol today for the 32nd National Peace Officers' Memorial Service, which honors those who died in the line of duty.
Gov. Bob McDonnell's popularity dropped to 49 percent, down from 53 percent in March and the lowest it has been in two years.
With the move, Takoma Park becomes the first U.S. city to allow 16- and 17-year-olds to vote in local contests.
Mennonite farmers in Virginia have stopped using chicken waste on their fields, a process that leads to phosphorous-rich runoff that ends up in the Chesapeake Bay—where it can kill fish.
Alexandria officials want to stop the expansion of a facility used by Norfolk Southern to transfer liquid ethanol from railcars to tanker trucks.
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