After serving 40 years in the Virginia House of Delegates, North Virginia Republican legislator Vincent F. Callahan Jr. died Saturday at age 82.
D.C. police are looking for a woman who left a Northeast alley — including homes, garages and fences — coated in graffiti tag.
Five pioneers of hip hop — including Big Daddy Kane and Doug E. Fresh — go old school at DAR Constitution Hall.
The District’s mayoral contenders squared off in a long-awaited debate Thursday that saw the campaign’s two independent candidates attempt to make up ground against the Democratic front runner.
The exact line where Maryland ends and Virginia begins is a question the likes of George Washington and King Charles I have tussled with. Is the border at the Potomac River’s edge? Maybe the low tide waterline? Or perhaps somewhere in between?
A federal judge on Thursday rejected the District’s request to indefinitely postpone his ruling granting residents the right to carry guns in public, but he said lawyers for the city can ask for a limited extension of the stay in the case.
Few in number are the original ideas that germinate and gain traction in Washington, and the issue of public schooling is no different.
A Baltimore judge was set to hear objections Friday to a preliminary $190 million dollar settlement between Johns Hopkins Hospital System and more than 8,000 patients of a gynecologist who used tiny cameras to secretly photograph women and girls during examinations.
Police said Thursday they are seeking to talk to a male who was seen by a witness with a University of Virginia student the night she disappeared.
People who have a “good reason” to feel threatened — for example, stalking victims — would be able to seek a concealed carry permit for a legally owned handgun under a new D.C. law proposed Thursday. But those with generalized fears, such as apprehension about living in a neighborhood with high crime, would not be considered eligible for such a permit, officials say.
Members of the D.C. Council have exempted themselves from most parking tickets, but that hasn’t stopped one local paper from publicly shaming the members who park illegally.
There will be plenty of talking but probably little action Thursday when Virginia state lawmakers reconvene to discuss whether the state’s Medicaid program should expand.