Thomas Jefferson’s Rotunda at the University of Virginia is ensnared in a spider’s web of scaffolding these days, the focus of a $58.3 million renovation of the World Heritage Site.
Amid threats of terrorist activity during the Fourth of July weekend, D.C. police and federal law enforcers swarmed the Washington Navy Yard on Thursday morning after receiving a report of gunfire at the Southeast facility, where a gunman killed 12 workers two years ago.
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan is out of the hospital and back at work after his first round of chemotherapy for an aggressive form of cancer.
Liberty has an utterly profound definition, and the revolutionary winds shaking the very foundation of this nation prove it needs our full time and attention.
Workers making minimum wage in Maryland and Washington, D.C., received a salary bump Wednesday.
Visitors to the White House now can photograph, blog, tweet and otherwise document their trip.
Dave Grohl is coming home. For the Fourth of July, the Foo Fighters’ frontman is bringing his band to the nation’s capital, where Mr. Grohl spent his formative years before being recruited to join the “other” Washington’s breakout grunge band, Nirvana.
Virginia law enforcement agencies can begin using drones, but don’t expect the skies to be filled with police-piloted quadcopters just yet.
The D.C. Council voted Tuesday to cut income and business taxes in September rather than putting off the reductions until early next year.
Despite numerous driver complaints about speed-camera citations in the District, Prince George’s County for the first time has surpassed the city in the number of speed-camera tickets issued, according to AAA Mid-Atlantic.
A mother placed her living toddler in a swing at a Maryland park one morning and he remained there until he was found dead of cold and thirst two days later when someone spotted the mother pushing her lifeless child in the swing, authorities said Tuesday.
William F. Gavin, 80, a speechwriter to presidents, presidential candidates and Congressional leaders over a 30-year period, died at home June 8 from cancer.