The D.C. Council will consider a proposal to allow for public financing of campaigns.
A Maryland task force on addressing rising heroin overdose deaths released 33 recommendations in its final report on Tuesday, including legislation to authorize needle-exchange programs in any county.
A team of Washington-based lawyers will comb through thousands of emails on government computers in an independent examination of pornographic and other objectionable content shared among judges, prosecutors and others, Attorney General Kathleen Kane said Tuesday.
A second set of 75 prospective jurors was due to be questioned in a Baltimore court for the first trial of a city police officer stemming from Freddie Gray’s death.
All eyes and ears are on Baltimore — and if they aren’t, they should be because the die is cast.
A bus carrying college students home from Thanksgiving break crashed and flipped over on a freeway near Richmond, Va., injuring 33 people.
A man draped in an American flag climbed over the fence at the White House on Thursday, prompting a lockdown as the first family celebrated Thanksgiving.
The Navy’s elite Blue Angels will return to the skies over Baltimore next year.
In Baltimore, this year can be divided into two parts: what came before Freddie Gray died and what happened afterward.
Many a believer holds to the biblical truth that a woman covers her head to show subordination to man. If Dorothy Irene Height were alive today, I’d ask her her thoughts.
Wal-Mart workers in Washington, D.C., and other cities will be spending Black Friday protesting for higher wages.
The National Museum of the Marine Corps in Virginia is planning to close for three months at the start of 2016 to allow for the display of two new aircraft.