Army Cpl. Frank Buckles, died at the age of 110 in February. People who want to pay their respects to the last American veteran of World War I will be able to do in Washington, D.C.
In Virginia, many commuters on I-395 are about to triple the time they spend on their daily commute.
A local congress member is trying to fix a loophole that has left many military families backed into a financial corner.
An outspoken critic of Fort Detrick and that facility's possible link to suspected cancer clusters in Frederick, Md., is leveling new charges.
The U.S. Navy is preparing for the nation's largest anti-terrorism exercise this week. Civilians in the mid-Atlantic region may notice stepped-up security.
In 1986, a federal official issued a warning: If Metro continued to expand rapidly, the system...
Charities and social services organizations have tried to tackle poverty for years. But what if...
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