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We get an update on emerging weather patterns and conditions on Maryland, Virginia and D.C. roads.
Kojo and Tom Sherwood chat with a group of candidates competing for at-large seats on the D.C. Council.
Virginia Beach could support an NBA or NHL franchise, an economy study suggests, if the commonwealth can move faster than competing cities on plans to construct an arena.
According to a new report, the Commonwealth of Virginia is the nation's leader in the ownership of machineguns.
Washington Post columnist Robert McCartney talks about the latest in expanded gambling in Maryland, and what the latest poll numbers in Virginia mean.
Maryland Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown (D) hangs out with the Politics Hour crew in the studio.
Development on the Alexandria Waterfront is one of the hot-button issues in the race for mayor, and the use of eminent domain has proved to be a sticky issue between the two candidates.
The Nats are in the playoffs, and the Politics Hour crew is kicking it into overdrive.
Kojo talks with political scientist Quentin Kidd about the evolution of partisanship in the South.
Virginia Del. Jennifer McClellan (D) and Maryland State's Attorney for Prince George's County Angela Alsobrooks join us in studio.
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