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Ian MacKaye, founding member of the D.C. band Fugazi, joins Kojo to talk about a new online archive of hundreds of the group's performances.
Our region's early history through a new book featuring the most extensive map collection of Virginia's first 300 years.
Cuts from the looming fiscal cliff could cost the state of Virginia tens of thousands of jobs and billions of dollars. A new report will detail what's at stake for the Commonwealth.
Virginia Del. Charniele Herring has made history as the first African American to lead the Democratic Party.
We talk with one of the bay's oyster farms, a chef and people working to restore the Chesapeake's oyster population, and learn about why they play such crucial role for the overall health of the bay.
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.
The Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority is looking to Virginia lawmakers to help supplement funds for Phase 2 of the Silver Line rail project.
How local beachfront communities are preparing for the worst, and whether those efforts are enough in an increasingly unpredictable climate.
Outgoing Virginia Democratic Party Chairman Brian Moran and D.C. Council Member Kenyan McDuffie (D-Ward 5) join us in the studio.
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