Some 2,000 young pro-life supporters were urged to stay visible, stay active and stay hopeful at a daylong conference held Friday in Maryland as a follow up to the Jan. 22 March for Life.
A proposal to allow adoption by the partners of unmarried gay parents was rejected Friday by a Virginia Senate committee.
Anne Arundel County fire officials said they expect to find two more bodies in the rubble of a 16,000-square-foot Annapolis mansion that burned down in the early hours of Monday morning.
Metro officials said Thursday radio issues that prevented D.C. firefighters from communicating in train tunnels as they evacuated passengers from a smoke-filled train last week have been fixed and officials have laid out a plan of 10 “safety actions” to be taken in the wake of the fatal incident.
Two bodies so far have been recovered from the site of an Annapolis fire, but crews are still sorting through the rubble, a spokesman said Thursday.
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The 42nd March for Life again lived up to its reputation, drawing hundreds of thousands of mostly young marchers who oppose abortion.
Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe has been released from the hospital and is resuming his schedule of meetings and private events Thursday, according to his office.
The son of former D.C. Mayor Marion Barry pleaded not guilty to three misdemeanor charges Wednesday that arose from an altercation at a bank in which the 34-year-old is accused of threatening a teller after learning his account was overdrawn.
At his inauguration as Maryland’s 62nd governor, Republican Larry Hogan proclaimed his intention to usher in a new era of bipartisanship and cooperation in a state capital dominated by the Democratic Party, even as he outlined an unabashedly conservative pro-business agenda.
Fire officials said they are not expecting to find survivors in an Annapolis home that burned down in the early hours of Monday morning.
Police are looking for a man who fired into a packed Metro bus in the District Monday night and a woman who accompanied him on the bus.