With most of its meetings taking place in secret, the super committee is facing calls for more openness.
The National Air and Space Museum will reopen today after protesters tried to enter the building Saturday.
Driving with an expired license plate may seem like a minor violation, but D.C. police say the offense could warrant an arrest.
Occupy DC is going full swing in the District, and some protesters say they're willing to continue the fight, even if it means staying another couple of weeks.
FEMA has denied Virginia officials' request for aid, following the August earthquake that left an estimated $15 million in property damage.
Consumers in Virginia can save money on sales tax-exempt energy-efficient products this weekend.
After floods decimated the town, Woodbridge residents are facing another emotional and physical challenge.
Plans for a bio-defense animal laboratory at Fort Detrick have scientists and lawmakers concerned for the community's safety.
A former police officer from Virginia has been sentenced to 20 years in prison for sexually assaulting a young boy.
The community in Woodbridge, Va. is still struggling to pick up the pieces after Tropical Storm Lee rendered dozens of residences uninhabitable.
Obama has taken shots at what he calls a "do nothing Congress," and the Senate is seeing new lows in partisan rhetoric after Harry Reid used an obscure parliamentary move.
The Federal Transit Administration has given its approval to the Purple Line, allowing Metro to make more detailed plans for the expansion.
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