The two candidates to replace retiring Rep. Frank R. Wolf in Virginia’s 10th District are readying their closing pitch to voters in one of the most expensive House races in the country.
President Obama urged Maryland voters Sunday to get their “cousin Pookie” and other family members off the couch and to the polls on Nov. 4 to elect Anthony Brown as the state’s next governor.
Call it the immaculate restoration.
Police searchers found human remains on Saturday that could be those of a University of Virginia sophomore who has been missing since Sept. 13.
D.C. Police Chief Cathy L. Lanier said Thursday she does not support a proposal to publicly identify gun owners who are granted concealed carry permits, undercutting a nascent effort by some lawmakers to make the names available upon request.
Republican Larry Hogan, who is in a surprisingly close race for governor in deep-blue Maryland, said Thursday that if elected he would be playing “goalie” to stop the Democrat-led General Assembly from passing more bad legislation.
The first nurse to be diagnosed with Ebola after treating an infected Liberian man at a Dallas hospital has arrived in Maryland for treatment at a specialized isolation unit.
D.C. officials have a tough time trying to comply with the U.S. Constitution when it comes to gun rights.
Maryland gubernatorial candidate Larry Hogan on Thursday said nobody should tell a storied business such as the Washington Redskins to change its long-held name and called opponent Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown a “hypocrite” for refusing to speak the name.
Military buffs, politics wonks and those just looking to escape to the city are invited to the estate auction of Black Walnut Plantation this weekend, a site with roots in American history, Hollywood and Halifax County.
Republican Larry Hogan’s aggressive challenge to Democratic Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown in the race for governor in deep-blue Maryland has made the contest competitive enough to draw national political figures into the fray, including President Obama and Republican New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie.
The District’s mayoral candidates showed rare distinctions on policies over education and homelessness Wednesday during their third debate, which featured several jabs but fewer sharp exchanges than their previous encounters.