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A year after President Obama signed an act allowing certain young undocumented immigrants to remain in the country, local immigrants hope for Congress to pass comprehensive immigration reform.
The Supreme Court has clarified that most demonstrations are not allowed on the marble plaza in front of the courthouse.
What was once a dairy farm in Arlington has sat unused for years, but county officials may soon move on turning it into a learning center.
State officials are debating a number of proposals to increase road capacity west of Dulles Airport.
While crime is down at Metro stations in Montgomery County stations, police say that pickpocketing has jumped in recent years.
The majority of the outages are split between Pepco and BG&E customers, but restorations are expected throughout Friday.
A 65-foot-tall oak tree came crashing down on a home on White Oak Drive in Sterling, Va. during Thursday afternoon's storm.
In the latest in our Elcie Diaries series, we'll tag along as Maryland residents Richard and Jessica Johnson begin a long sailing trip across the Pacific Ocean.
For the past 12 years, a great horned owl named Papa G'Ho has acted as a surrogate parent for more than two-dozen owlets at the Wildlife Center of Virginia.
In the latest edition of "the location," we'll visit the former site of Frank Holliday's Pool Hall, one of the city's most important cultivators of African-American musical talent.
A former employee of a D.C. businessman at the center of a federal corruption investigation has been charged with making straw political donations.
Lawmakers on both sides agree that an estimated 26,000 sexual assaults in the military last year is unacceptable.
Family members of the victims of the Newtown shooting honored their lost loved ones in a remembrance at the Capitol.
The video showed an Apache helicopter killing 12 men, including two journalists, and prosecutors said it revealed military tactics and procedures to the enemy.
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