Obama's proposal to let the Bush-era tax cuts expire is anticipated to come for a vote in the Senate before summer recess.
Metro officials are meeting with Maryland senators and congressmen today to discuss the agency's safety standards.
After over 10 years, the Maryland Transit Authority is making its first major modification to the Brunswick Line.
Metro plans to have additional staff on hand for Monday morning's commute after a computer issue shut down the entire transit system twice over the weekend.
Recycled wheels in the D.C. Sky, classic films on the D.C. green, and a fresh take on the rock doc.
This week the U.S. House will take up its seventh spending bill for the year, but the Senate has yet to act on any, and Senate leaders don't seem to have plans to do so.
The Internet-based car service, Uber, recently escaped regulation, but it might not be so lucky next time.
The Pentagon is trying to save money by limiting the number of document pages it sends to Congress, which has Republican lawmakers upset.
A computer issue halted service on all Metrorail lines for about an hour Saturday afternoon.
A popular market in Dupont Circle is celebrating its 15th birthday.
States that have rivers feeding into the Chesapeake Bay are making progress, according to the latest numbers from two non-profits.
Gov. Martin O'Malley is expected to meet privately with Maryland leaders to continue discussions on gambling expansion.
Visitors at the Smithsonian Institution can now trace their steps through 17 museums in the District.
A recently enacted ban on a popular kind of body board in Ocean City has sparked enough public outcry to make town officials rethink the law entirely.
A group of D.C. public school students will have the special opportunity to meet with some of the nation's leading policy makers.
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