The woman charged with defacing the Washington National Cathedral with green paint has been admitted to a psychiatric ward.
Marion Christopher Barry, son of the former mayor and current D.C. Council member, was arrested in Virginia earlier this month for drive under the influence and possession of marijuana.
In a court filing, D.C. police have defended the use of an undercover officer to infilitrate a labor rights group, saying that they were concerned that violent acts were planned.
A Baltimore County police officer was killed early Wednesday while serving a high-risk warrant to a house in Catonsville, Md.
An MPD spokeswoman says that two minor changes will make the policy more current, but that the overall policy is sound.
In a District court on Monday, a former aide to Congresswoman Michelle Bachmann was sentenced to community service for his role in an alleged theft at a Capitol Hill office building.
The new $122 million D.C. high school was broken into over the weekend.
Author Judith Flanders joins guest host Frank Sesno to talk about the evolution of the real -- and fictional -- crime story.
Attorneys representing George W. Huguely allege errors involving jury selection in seeking a new trial for the May 2010 beating death of Yeardley Love.
A new poll finds that 52 percent of Virginians want New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg to stay away from the commonwealth's gun laws.
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