Federal contractors are getting worried about impacts on the private sector if the super committee fails to reach a deal to cut the deficit by more than $1 trillion.
The jury selection process is underway in the case of Brittany Norwood, the woman accused of killing her coworker at the Lululemon yoga store in Bethesda.
Peaceaholics leader Ron Moten says he's leaving the Democratic Party, and plans to run for the D.C. council seat as a Republican.
When it comes to energy efficiency, Virginia and D.C. could learn a thing or two from Maryland.
Virginia's plans to overhaul its sick-leave policy may affect the way some state employees use their paid personal days off.
Authorities are investigating the death of a Fairfax County firefighter who was found dead in his firehouse Saturday.
Iranian Americans are seeking U.S. support, and asking the Obama administration to remove an opposition group formerly associated with Saddam Hussein's Iraqi regime off the terrorist list.
Participants in the National Race to End Women's Cancer are running in a three-day relay marathon to raise awareness on cancers unique to women.
Montgomery County planning developers are seeking feedback from residents on a new bus system that would run along 150 miles of local roads, and include some of the busiest stretches of pavement.
Arms and the Man, a married couple and a man and Star Slinger.
A new Virginia law could give some residents an extended grace period to pay their utilities bills.
The group 100 Homes Arlington completed a survey of homeless Arlington residents, identifying those most in need of free county housing.
The Montgomery County teacher accused of assaulting her students has been acquitted on all seven charges of second-degree assault.
A proposal has been made to merge the University of Maryland, College Park and the University of Maryland, Baltimore, and the public gets its chance to weigh in Friday.
Most people don't give much thought to their energy use, but what if a Facebook app showed how you fared compared to your neighbors?
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