David Hawkings, editor of the CQ Roll Call Daily Briefing, talks about the latest issues for lawmakers this week.
The Virginia State Board of Elections will mail about 4.7 million voter registration cards as part of a public awareness campaign for the new voter identification rules.
The D.C. Council returns this week after a summer recess, and a couple of items on the agenda include traffic camera fines and additional full-time teachers in schools.
The U.S. credit rating is once again in danger of being knocked a notch lower, which could threaten the credit ratings of Virginia and Maryland.
This year marks 150 years since the Civil War Battle of Antietam. The 12 hours of fighting that day were the deadliest in U.S. history, as 23,000 men were killed or wounded.
D.C. Councilmember Michael A. Brown has had his driver's license suspended five times due to traffic violations and unpaid tickets.
The National Zoo's giant panda, Mei Xiang, gave birth to a panda cub Sunday night.
Emancipation Nation, Bright Voices, and Wind Me Up, Chuck!
Congress is back in session after a summer break, but it won't be long before they head out of Washington once again.
The Smithsonian will be hosting a forum and live performance Monday afternoon in honor of the 150th anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation.
A news magazine serving the District's LGBT community is being targeted with multiple acts of vandalism.
A seventh victim in Maryland has died from the superbug outbreak at the National Institutes of Health.
An advisory board is seeking help to name six streams in Maryland.
The H Street Festival hopes to reclaim the energy that made the neighborhood one of the busiest commercial districts in Washington, D.C.
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