Prosecutors announced Wednesday that all law enforcement officers who fired their weapons during a shooter’s attack inside the Washington Navy Yard have been cleared of any criminal wrongdoing.
A military aircraft crashed Wednesday into a mountain near George Washington National Forest in Virginia.
Former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell’s defense team rested its case Wednesday morning after Mr. McDonnell had spent all or part of five days defending himself on the witness stand in his public corruption trial.
A Maryland congressman announced Tuesday the Health and Human Services Department’s inspector general has issued subpoenas to get to the bottom of what went wrong with his state’s Obamacare exchange.
The D.C. streetcar line is still months from carrying its first passengers down H Street, but the city’s parking authority hasn’t held back when issuing tickets to those who get in its way.
Prosecutors completed their questioning of Bob McDonnell on Tuesday, establishing during cross examination what has turned out to be a largely circumstantial case against the former Virginia governor accused of public corruption.
Montgomery County police say a former employee made threats against a Potomac restaurant’s owner after he hung an Israeli and an American flag outside his establishment.
A man in Arlington, Virginia, will not face charges for beating a woman because he is a diplomat with full immunity, a local ABC News affiliate reported Tuesday.
Former Gov. Bob McDonnell on Tuesday flatly denied attempting to conceal or mask his relationship with wealthy businessman Jonnie R. Williams Sr., parrying a barrage of direct questions from the prosecution in his public corruption case.
The Supreme Court will meet next month to decide whether to hear the appeal of a D.C. man serving 18 years in prison on a $600 drug deal — a case championed by civil liberties groups, who say it provides a case study in judicial overreach.
The musings of our forefathers and other ancestors are upon us again as we bump up against the new school year.
The prosecution kicked off its cross-examination of Bob McDonnell Monday with a barrage of questions about personal finances aimed at undercutting the former Virginia governor’s account that he was unaware of gifts and loans from a wealthy businessman and that he provided nothing in exchange.