Virginia can refuse to issue specialty license plates that include images of the Confederate flag under a ruling made Friday by a federal judge.
Baltimore reached a grim milestone on Friday, three months after riots erupted in response to the death of Freddie Gray in police custody: With 43 homicides in July, the city has seen more bloodshed in a single month than it has in 43 years.
Police are investigating after a person crashed into a barricade on the south side of the U.S. Capitol grounds on Friday morning.
Donald Trump sued Jose Andres’ organization Friday for breach of contract after the celebrity chef canceled his plans to open a restaurant in a massive building the Trump group is renovating in Washington in the wake of the billionaire businessman’s immigration comments.
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan said he plans to close immediately the Baltimore jail, where corruption was so bad just two years ago that inmates were said to run the facility.
A 3-year-old girl was fatally shot inside a Southeast D.C. apartment complex Wednesday night, apparently by another child who was playing with a firearm.
Last weekend, women got down and dirty at the Mudderella Capital Region event to raise funds and awareness for domestic violence.
Three former University of Virginia fraternity brothers sued Rolling Stone magazine, along with its publisher and a reporter, on Wednesday over the discredited 2014 article falsely describing a fraternity gang rape.
Hundreds of terror suspects have been tried in federal courts since the 2001 attacks, but a case unfolding in Virginia differs from most in at least one key respect.
A vigil is being held for Cardinal William Wakefield Baum, who served as Archbishop of Washington from 1973 to 1980, and died July 23.
Police in Leesburg are looking for a man they say hit a store clerk with a hammer at an outlet mall.
A former senior official with the U.S. State Department pleaded guilty Wednesday to voyeurism and stalking charges stemming from incidents over a period of two years during which he secretly videotaped women in their D.C. homes as they showered or undressed.