- Patriot Act author on James Clapper: Fire, prosecute him
- Russia P.M. Medvedev: No amnesty for political prisoners
- Michigan GOP Senate hopeful reminds government is the ‘servant’
- Christmas, by Congress: Members mull a 15-cent tax on trees
- U.S. unemployment falls to five-year low of 7 percent; 203K jobs added
- World mourns Nelson Mandela and celebrates his life; burial set for Dec. 15
- Bill O’Reilly reminds: Nelson Mandela ‘was a communist’
- John Boehner says GOP should support gay candidates: ‘I do’
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- CDC sees measles spike and ‘failure to vaccinate’
City State is The Washington Times' roundup of the best breaking news and original observations across Maryland, Virginia and the District of Columbia.
A D.C. councilman proposed a bill that would require all city high school students to apply to at least one college before graduating. What's up with that?
Thomas' absence from D.C. Council session fuels speculation; McDonnell seeks money to attract biotech jobs; D.C. club closed after stabbing; Field for Bartlett's House seat taking shape; Md. lawmaker Muse to announce Senate bid; Barry files for re-election; McDonnell officials tussle over Dulles rail money; Cuccinelli looks past Bolling to McAuliffe.
Despite a contentious, up-and-down and, at times, downright nasty Republican presidential primary race thus far, Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell was confident the party would rally around the eventual nominee, he said Wednesday.
D.C. wants college applications as graduation requirement; Cuccinelli says he can defend ballot law; Bolling defines tie-breaker role; Maryland delegate has fantasy-sports bill; D.C. Council member Thomas misses repayment deadline; Virginia GOP to revisit loyalty oath; Md. state Sen. Brinkley to announce congressional plans; Rat complaints prompt inspection of Occupy D.C. camp.
Can Bolling vote? Can't he? What can he vote on? And when?
Virginia lawmakers take up voter ID laws; Occupy D.C. at crossroad; D.C. Council to New Hampshire; Slots in Prince George's face challenges; New Jersey appears ahead of D.C. in I-gaming race; D.C. Council chairman to preview 2012 legislation; Public hearings set on Virginia budget; Paul's Virginia campaign headquarters will be in Norfolk.
D.C. parking enforcement officials issued 2 million parking tickets in the past 14 months. What's up with that?
Virginia will play big in 2012 elections; IG report: Metro skirted hiring practices; Justice clears way for online gambling; D.C. issued 1.6M parking tickets in a year; Post: Black student expelled more than whites; Butt slasher likely fled to Peru; Maryland might have most gerrymandered congressional districts; Brown returns money from tax evader Stewart.
Maryland Rep. Roscoe Bartlett says he's stepping up fundraising for a re-election bid now that a court has dismissed a challenge to the redistricting map that made the state's 6th Congressional District more competitive.
D.C. resident readies for city hall recall effort; Joint effort in Virginia to challenge Romney, Paul certifications; Perry files ballot suit in Va.; Some Va. Assembly bills appear ghostwritten; Norton calls for full audit of Union Station; Va. merchants push for Amazon to pay state sales tax; More speed cameras planned for Prince George's; Maryland lawmaker wants to ban Internet 'sweepstakes' gambling.
Police-involved shootings on rise; D.C. to announce medical marijuana growers; McDonnell budget without Potomac funds; Md. lawmakers already filing General Assembly bills; D.C. Council sets I-gaming hearing; Va. General Assembly poised to scrap over K-12 funding; Wiz fans boo Kardashian's ex, Humphries; Md. financier pitching infrastructure plan to Congress.
Post-Christmas shopping begins; Report: Va. needs roughly $20M for recommended child mental health services; Outside firm will check for cheating on D.C student tests; Prince George's 911 operators slowed by odd calls; Montgomery Co. wants to join Capital Bikeshare network.
The Virginia Department of General Services (DGS) said Friday that it "deeply regrets" confirming that personal information, including 639 Social Security numbers, was potentially made available to the public and that it has removed the information from the internet.
Poll: Virginians still divided on uranium mining; Census: D.C. has fastest-growing population; Frey enters race for Va. attorney general; Marylanders react to proposed redistricting map; Pepco will pay $1M fine for outage delays; Audit: Fired Md. workers rehired by other agencies; Four overnight shootings in D.C.
A federal probe into whether D.C. Council member Harry Thomas Jr. redirected funds intended for youth sports programs has expanded to include $832,000 in public grants intended for community and gang-intervention initiatives, a neighborhood newspaper is reporting.
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