Some are hopeful that the case of one local man, who was slated for deportation after calling the police to report a crime, may be revisited after President Obama's call for immigration reform.
Citing the unknown extent of the costs they will bear during the construction of the Silver Line, some Loudoun County lawmakers are having second thoughts.
Reid Wilson from National Journal Hotline and Tom Shoop from Government Executive help break down the reception and prospects for the agenda laid out in President Obama's State of the Union.
The District of Columbia and Microsoft are partnering up to offer technology training to local unemployed residents, as well as offering resources to schools and local businesses.
Citing the burden placed on Maryland students and competition from online retailers, Maryland legislators are considering waiving the sales tax on textbooks.
Officials from the University of Maryland are warning students that there will be consequences if there is another riot after tonight's basketball game against Duke University.
A federal jury has found that a Federick County police officer was not liable for the stun-gun death of a 20-year-old Frederick man, saying he used reasonable amounts of force.
D.C. Council member Mary Cheh will have a chance to respond on-air to criticisms of her and the District's animal control policies Thursday.
After rolling a Metro train out with more cars than could fit on a platform, several Metro employees have been disciplined for the mistake.
The Virginia legislature ground to a halt Tuesday after Democrats and Republicans came to an impasse over the election of two new judges.
Montgomery County is looking at a bill that would allow installation of traffic cameras on school buses to catch drivers that pass the buses illegally.
D.C. residents gathered at the liberal-leaning Busboys & Poets Tuesday night to watch the president's State of the Union speech, and many of them said they liked what they heard from President Obama.
A bill before the D.C. Council would strengthen anti-prostitution laws, but some law enforcement officials and activists say it might be unconstitutional.
Local Republicans were less than thrilled during the State of the Union to hear the President talk about bypassing Congress for some of his proposals for the coming year.
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