A law authorizing physicians in the nation’s capital to help end the lives of terminally ill patients who wish to die went into effect Saturday after congressional Republicans were unable to block the legislation in time.
Virginia lawmakers want the General Assembly’s 400th birthday in 2019 to be a celebration worthy of the country’s oldest legislative body, but the state’s bon vivant governor is worried about the cost.
A high school outside of Annapolis, Md., is staging a bilingual adaptation of the Andrew Lloyd Webber musical “Evita” through Feb. 24, the Capital newspaper reported in a front-page story Friday.
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan is blasting a recently passed resolution to empower the attorney general to sue the federal government without his permission.
The District will soon offer the most generous paid family and medical leave in the country after Mayor Muriel Bowser on Thursday declined to veto legislation that was approved by the D.C. Council in December.
D.C. United cleared the final hurdle in a decade-long push to build a Major League Soccer stadium in the District, receiving unanimous approval from the city’s zoning commission.
A candidate running for chair of the Democratic National Committee said veterans organizations that have not supported D.C. statehood have turned their backs on those who served in the military and call the District home.
Fairfax County police detective identified 10 suspects — four adults and six juveniles — who they believe were involved in the murder of a 15-year-old girl.
It bills itself as the state’s snowiest town, but officials in the Western Maryland town of Oakland have postponed the annual Winter Fest — because of unusually springlike weather.
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Metro General Manager Paul Wiedefeld said system officials will turn to reliability for passengers this year after devoting much of 2016 trying to rebuild a crumbling subway.