Gov. Larry Hogan says he’ll veto a bill that would set guidelines for implementing a federal law requiring states to make schools more accountable for student performance.
The Trump administration scored a victory Friday in its effort to enact a temporary ban on refugee resettlement and travel of foreign nationals from six countries, with a federal judge in Virginia siding with President Trump over a Muslim civil-rights group that challenged the legality of his revised executive order.
Authorities say a man and two girls are dead and a woman is critically injured after a shooting at a Waldorf home.
D.C. residents stand to lose thousands of jobs over the next decade as a result of hiking the minimum wage to $15 an hour, according to the first comprehensive review of the law’s potential economic impact since its passage.
The major television networks dedicated significant coverage to an alleged rape at the University of Virginia that turned out to be a hoax, but have paid little attention to the brutal gang rape of a 14-year-old at a Maryland high school allegedly committed by at least one illegal immigrant.
Citing what he said were “very serious problems” with the Washington area’s transportation system, Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe said Thursday he was ordering an independent review of the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA) to study the troubled transit system’s governance and long-term financial needs.
Well, the results are in: D.C. residents are going to be whacked by the minimum-wage bully stick.
John Astin, the actor who played the patriarch in “The Addams Family” TV show, said the gas drilling process known as fracking is no joke.
Walking the carefully restored streets of one of Virginia’s top tourist draws may soon come with an admission fee, if the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation is granted permission to build a fence around part of the historic area.
The city’s chief bean counters have revealed the winners and losers of the District’s minimum wage legislation, which gradually ratchets up the floor to $15 an hour.
The U.S. Secret Service says a woman who tried to climb over the White House fence was found dangling from it by her shoelaces.
A supermajority of D.C. Council members this week signed on to support a measure that would offer public financing to local candidates who forgo corporate or PAC contributions.