There could be a silver lining to Thursday’s impending snowstorm — the chance to sled on the grounds of the U.S. Capitol.
D.C. police on Monday were forced to return a man’s stash of marijuana that was confiscated during his arrest, D.C. Council member Yvette Alexander said.
Private clubs are now officially banned from allowing patrons to smoke marijuana on their property after the D.C. Council voted Tuesday to clarify pot legalization laws that took effect just five days ago.
A person believed responsible for shootings along highways over the last two weeks in the Baltimore-Washington area, including shots that damaged a National Security Agency building, is in custody, the FBI said early Wednesday.
Former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley will not seek the U.S. Senate seat of retiring longtime Sen. Barbara Mikulski
The D.C. Council on Tuesday tweaked an anti-discrimination law to ensure it didn’t force employers to provide insurance coverage for abortions or other reproductive health care decisions they oppose on religious or moral grounds.
Maz Jobrani is bringing his standup comedy act to the District of Columbia’s Warner Theatre on Friday night in support of his new book, “I’m Not a Terrorist But I’ve Played One on TV,” a collection of anecdotes from his life.
D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser announced Monday her selection of former Seattle Fire Chief Gregory Dean to lead the District’s fire department, which has been long troubled by morale issues, union disputes, and training and readiness concerns.
Sen. Barbara Mikulski announced Monday that she sill not seek re-election at the end of her fifth term in 2016, ending what will be a 30-year Senate career that made her the longest-serving woman in Congress.
Former Virginia first lady Maureen McDonnell has appealed her public corruption convictions.
Boston-based Juliana Hatfield was the queen of 1990s “alt rock” and the college boy’s cool dream girl. She was also a member of three trios: The Blake Babies, The Lemonheads and The Juliana Hatfield Three. With the latter, she broke through to a larger audience by singing about how much she hated her sister in the aptly titled song “My Sister.” (The Three released only one CD, “Become What You Are,” in 1993.)
You may think country music reminiscent of the 1980s and 1990s is just a dim memory, sparked only when fans blow the dust off vintage tapes, CDs and vinyl that they store in the cellar. Well, there’s plenty of evidence to prove that’s wrong.