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Assessing the economic and political damage from the tax and spending impasse: The price to be paid and who pays it.
Before entering a so-called "naked plea," Army Pfc. and former intelligence
analyst Bradley Manning said he leaked classified information to "spark a domestic
After months of stalled efforts, House leaders have passed a measure that will protect women against violence and extends protections to the LGBT community.
Some are in favor of Maryland public schools beginning classes after Labor Day, and not all of the advocates are students.
The District's license plates will soon be seeing a little change.
Votes on two of Gov. Martin O'Malley's priority measures are expected in the next couple of weeks.
The U.S. Supreme Court hears arguments Wednesday in a case about the 1965 Voting Rights Act. Diane and guests discuss the key issues in the case and the future of the landmark civil rights law.
Virginia lawmakers considered a bill to regulate drones, but decided on an alternate version of the measure instead.
Obtaining a firearm in Virginia may soon get a little tougher.
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