Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe said Saturday he’s already begun restoring the voting rights of convicted felons one-by-one, after the state Supreme Court rescinded his executive action granting voting rights en masse to more than 200,000 people convicted of serious crimes.
Under the beating summer sun, retired steelworker Arthur B. Johnson Jr. stood outside the Clarence Mitchell Courthouse in Baltimore, clutching the fraying wooden handle of a homemade sign.
Former attorney general Doug Gansler says he’s being asked to consider running against Republican Gov. Larry Hogan in 2018.
A power outage along the National Mall left several museums and other buildings in the dark.
A Prince George’s County police officer has been formally accused of taking photos up the skirts of four unsuspecting women, including two who were involved in routine traffic stops and one who was an off-duty police officer from another jurisdiction.
We learned this week that Charles Ramsey is scheduled to step into the political spotlight next week at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia, where the coronation of you-know-who will be held.
Police reported Thursday that a Northeast man was fatally stabbed Wednesday night outside the Addison Road Metro station, the latest in a spate of violent incidents along the regional transit system’s subway lines.
A drug dealer who finally admitted his role in the 2001 slaying of a fellow dealer has been sentenced to 41 years in prison.
Maryland prison officials on Wednesday withdrew proposed regulations to impose the nation’s first total ban on letters to inmates at state facilities, except for official legal correspondence and postcards. The regulations were proposed to block inmate access to Suboxone, an addictive drug sold in thin strips that are easily concealed inside envelopes.
The hottest fashion show of the year has finally arrived — D.C. Swim Week 2016.
Prosecutors in the trials over the death of Freddie Gray violated the constitutional rights of six Baltimore police officers by filing charges before they had sufficient evidence and failing to turn over exculpatory evidence to defense attorneys, according to a complaint that a D.C. law professor filed Tuesday with a Maryland legal board.
Reporting news of the death of Redskins fan Zema Williams on Tuesday, sports blog Deadspin declared the fan better known by his alter ego of Chief Zee was “naive” and “aggressively racist” for wearing an Indian headdress at the Washington football team’s games. Reaction on social media outlets was largely negative.