Pepco has been fined $1 million by a Maryland regulator for its reliability issues; the company says will not appeal the decision.
A prison in Maryland hopes to eventually get a third of its energy from chicken waste.
Feeling harassed by the aggressive tactics of anti-abortion activists, the landlord of a Maryland abortion clinic fought back by starting an organization of his own.
While many had assumed the Occupy DC protests would have fizzled by now, some at the McPherson Square encampment are talking about escalating their tactics next year.
Following the mechanical failure Tuesday that led to the evacuation of a Metro train near L'Enfant Plaza, WMATA has pulled 16 cars to conduct inspections for similar problems.
Wednesday marks the 22nd National Homeless Persons Memorial Day -- which honors the homeless residents of the District who have passed.
By a vote of 2-1, Maryland's board of public works voted to move forward with the lease for what will be the state's largest casino -- located in Anne Arundel County.
A 25-year-old Spotsylvania woman has been charged with grand larceny for her role in the theft of an 80-pound state of the baby Jesus from a Virginia shopping center.
The District's population grew faster last year than any other state in the U.S. last year, according to new census data.
Voters in Virginia are far from having made up their minds between former governors Tim Kaine and George Allen in their race for Virginia's senate seat.
The National Zoo's new baby octopus got a new name yesterday, thanks to one of the zoo's young fans.
With improved polling numbers, President Obama and Senate Democrats are holding firm on their version of the payroll tax holiday -- which likely won't be passed by the end of the year.
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