Hundreds of Verizon workers participated in a boisterous rally outside of one of the company's facilities in Silver Spring, Md. today.
From Virginia to Massachusetts tens of thousands of Verizon employees are striking over a contract dispute.
In Virginia, city leaders in Alexandria have hired a facilitator to help craft a plan for three sites slated for redevelopment. The move comes after months of disagreement.
The District's push to become the first jurisdiction to allow state-sponsored, online gambling has hit a roadblock, in part because of lack of transparency with the process.
The Arc of Greater Prince William County, a nonprofit providing care for developmentally and physically disabled citizens, says it needs to expand to meet growing community needs.
Even though the nation's borrowing limit has been raised, the battle over Washington spending has only just begun.
Drivers who owe old traffic fines in D.C. are catching a break starting today.
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