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Lawmakers representing districts in both Prince George's and Fairfax Counties continue to jockey for position ahead of an expected decision to find new headquarters for the FBI.
We connect with a Republican angling to be Virginia's next lieutenant governor and three Democrats competing for an at-large seat on the D.C. Council.
Same-sex couples in Maryland can now begin getting marriage licenses, although licenses issued between now and the new year won't go into effect until January 1.
Montgomery County officials have overhauled their website to provide residents with better access to information about the inner workings of their government.
How local beachfront communities are preparing for the worst, and whether those efforts are enough in an increasingly unpredictable climate.
Federal and state aid have not found their way to the small Eastern Shore town of Crisfield, Md., where residents are still struggling to get back on their feet after the monumental storm.
The Supreme Court is considering hearing cases over gay marriage this spring. But in Maryland, gay marriage may become a reality ahead of schedule.
Outgoing Virginia Democratic Party Chairman Brian Moran and D.C. Council Member Kenyan McDuffie (D-Ward 5) join us in the studio.
Peter Franchot, Maryland state comptroller, called on state residents to support local businesses instead of giving in to the temptation of online shopping, which skirts state sales taxes.
More than 75 percent of Maryland counties offered disaster declarations in the wake of Superstorm Sandy, opening the channels for federal aid.
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