A former revenue technician and former police officer have pleaded guilty to stealing about half a million dollars from Metro stations.
Some D.C. Public Schools will receive $10,000 to $500,000 in grant money to spend during the next academic year, while others will see their programs end.
Thousands of people participated in the District's Purple Stride on Saturday.
The Loudoun County Board of Supervisors weighs options to pay for the county's $270 million commitment to Phase 2 of the Silver Line Metro rail project to Dulles Airport.
A new monument at the Virginia State Capitol will pay tribute to women's contributions to the state.
Several creditors are making demands on former Gov. L. Douglas Wilder's National Slavery Museum.
The National Zoo is celebrating the birth of two fishing cats, which are classified as an endangered species.
An advisory group is still considering whether Maryland lawmakers should hold a special session to discuss the outcome of MGM's plans to build a casino in Prince George's County.
Councilmember Mary Cheh says Phil Mendelson will be able to move the council forward during his time as interim council chairman.
Metro weekend repair on the Red and Blue Lines will also affect Orange and Yellow Lines
The Obama Administration will grant law-abiding young immigrants work-permits instead of deportation.
Evidence has emerged linking the 1996 rape on the 4900 block of MacArthur Blvd. to the man dubbed as the Potomac River Rapist.
David Hawkings, editor of the CQ Roll Call Daily Briefing, gives an analysis on how the D.C. vouchers program is being played on Capitol Hill this time around.
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