Osama bin Laden, who created the al-Qaeda terrorist network that killed 3,000 people in the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks on the United States, is dead, President Obama announced late Sunday night.
A local eatery is trying to promote healthy living with rock music.
NASA is offering programs developed at its Wallops Flight Facility to teach students and educators about the agency's flight initiatives.
The principal of Baltimore’s Western High School says school officials failed to forward some required materials to colleges for students in the school.
The Avon Walk for Breast Cancer is a non-competitive fund raising event where participants can walk a 26 or 39-mile marathon over the course of the weekend.
Area residents are touched that thousands of volunteers came out to spruce up their homes this weekend.
A federal mine safety and health administration official says Massey Energy Co. has submitted a plan to seal a West Virginia coal mine where 29 miners died in an explosion last year.
The Environmental Protection Agency and the Chesapeake Bay Trust want to see Maryland's streets get greener.
The Virginia General Assembly ended its legislative redistricting session this week without taking care of another pressing matter. Lawmakers still need to select two new state Supreme Court justices.
In the District, another day of hearings into the hiring practices of the Gray administration.
Millions of tourists making their way to North Carolina's Outer Banks will soon pay more to drive through Virginia to get there.
Friday is the third day of hearings into D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray's questionable hiring practices at the Wilson Building.
Pro-amphibian activists are calling on the Environmental Protection Agency for additional limits on pesticides and increased protections for the area's frogs.
In Virginia, a judge has ordered a teen to refile a lawsuit in which alleges he was tortured in Kuwait and couldn't get home because he is on the U.S. government's no-fly list.
Gov. Martin O'Malley is talking transportation Friday and challenging a panel to come up with new and better revenue plans that move away from taxing gas by the gallon.
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