Students at an elementary school in Virginia now have the opportunity to learn what the "big kids" in middle school learn.
Virginia police officers are moving toward a uniform approach when using lineups to identify suspects.
D.C. schools officials are offering to create three new middle schools that would enable students to participate in specialty programs.
Several protesters were arrested during an Occupy D.C.-inspired demonstration in an abandoned city-owned building.
Silver Spring celebrated Thanksgiving Saturday with a parade through the city.
A physicians group filed a federal complaint to stop the University of Virginia from using cats in their pediatrics residency programs.
Scientists are placing seismic sensors across the East Coast in an effort to better understand the secrets of the Earth.
A newly passed legislation is forcing the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority to change the way it does business.
It wouldn't be the weekend if the Metro wasn't performing track work, and this week that means station closures at Crystal City, National Airport and Braddock Road on the Blue and Yellow lines.
Residents of Woodbridge, Va. are petitioning FEMA for individual assistance, arguing that deciding when to give aid based on the value of property destroyed is unfair to citizens with lower income.
Occupy DC protesters are taking to the Metro Friday evening to spread their message to commuters, potentially adding delays to your commute.
The ice rink at the National Gallery of Art's Sculpture Garden is open for the season, and this year they're boasting ice smoothed by an official Zamboni.
Occupy D.C. takes its protest to the Key Bridge, and a proposed bill that aims to give D.C. more autonomy over its budget has been dismissed by local leaders.
A U.S. District Judge has panned the DCPS for a "persistent failure" to provide services to disabled preschool students.
With the super committee impasse looking more and more certain, President Obama is unlikely to step in before the deadline.
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