Adrian Lamo, the computer hacker who turned in Army Pfc. Bradley Manning for releasing government documents to Wikileaks, testified in Fort Meade, Md., on Tuesday.
Republican David Craig is kicking off his campaign for the office of Maryland governor this week with a motor coach campaign that stopped in Montgomery County Tuesday.
Both D.C. and Maryland are among the states with the highest rates of arrest for marijuana possession in the country, even as lawmakers have talked about eliminating penalties.
A suborbital rocket being launched from Wallops Island in Virginia should be visible to those in the D.C. region around 11 p.m. Tuesday night.
D.C. Public Schools could see their largest reforms in several years if new legislation proposed by Council member David Catania is passed as written.
Under the bill, long-term residents over the age of 75 and making less than $60,000 a year could be exempted from property taxes.
Got a great voice? Or maybe nimble feet and great rhythm? Then you could be chosen to perform at Metro station entrances this summer.
An African American Army captain reported a racial incident to his superiors—but it only led to more harassment.
Police in Ocean City arrested a Washington man after a phone he stole rang in his pocket, giving him away to police.
Two suspects allegedly killed a taxicab driver and exchanged gunfire with police early Tuesday morning in Adams Morgan.
The city's legislators will vote on a bill that would establish a health insurance exchange as mandated by the federal health care overhaul by 2015.
Hundreds of residents packed an auditorium in Manassas on Monday night to express their concerns with a proposed north-south roadway connecting Prince William and Loudoun counties.
Maryland officials say that not enough people ride the buses traveling along the ICC, but critics of the proposed service cuts say that the state is pulling a bait-and-switch.
Fishermen in a Nigerian community are facing environmental pressures stemming from the region's production of crude oil.
Democrats in Virginia will get to choose between two attorney general candidates in a primary next week — both from Northern Virginia.
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