Sen. Marco Rubio and Rep. Jim Jordan took aim at the District’s restrictive gun laws on Thursday, introducing bills that would make it easier for residents to buy and carry firearms.
Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe has ordered retraining for the state’s Alcoholic Beverage Control police officers after the violent arrest of a black college student.
The party may be coming to an end for D.C. megaclub Ibiza, long after complaints about noise and violence at the Northeast establishment.
Two Americans presumed dead in the plane crash in the southern French Alps include a U.S. government contractor and her daughter, officials, co-workers and friends told The Associated Press.
The D.C. Fire Department is boosting the number of first responders on city streets by adding 10 ambulances during day shifts to address a rising number of calls for service.
Authorities have suspended their investigation of an alleged gang rape at a University of Virginia fraternity, saying they could find no evidence of the incident that was first reported in stark detail in Rolling Stone magazine in November.
Authorities announced Monday they are conducting a new search on a Virginia mountain to look for the remains of two Montgomery County sisters who went missing in 1975.
Anti-pornography groups are applauding a federal agency’s decision to assess the maximum penalty of $325,000 on a Virginia television station for showing an indecent video clip in 2012.
D.C. has had to comply with the federal Title IX law, just like the states have. Unfortunately, parents were hoodwinked, and city leaders have not been forthcoming, partly because they shone the spotlight solely on academics.
The Kennedy Center this week hosts “Do You Hear the People Sing,” a celebration of Alain Boublil and Claude-Michel Schonberg’s beloved musical collaborations backed by the National Symphony Orchestra and led by NSO Pops conductor Steven Reineke.
The fate of Maryland’s notorious “rain tax” now largely rests with one man — House Speaker Michael E. Busch — after the state Senate last week unanimously approved a bill that would end the state-mandated fee.
A former FBI agent was charged in federal court Friday with 64 criminal offenses related to the theft of heroin seized as evidence in drug investigations the bureau conducted in the D.C. region.