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The attorney general's office is advising against issuing identification cards this summer to New Hampshire residents eligible to possess up to 2 ounces of marijuana for medicinal purposes under a new state law.
A housekeeper on New York's Long Island gave birth in her employer's bathroom, killed the newborn, then went to a hospital with the body in a bag and asked her unknowing husband to throw it away, prosecutors said Friday.
It was one of the bigger payoffs you're going to see riding on a single game of rapid chess: $145,624 for less than a half hour of work.
Washington is looking to skirt the federal ban on Internet gambling. Preparations are under way for the launch of iGaming, the District's expansion of the lottery to include various online games of chance.
D.C. officials are optimistic about reaching their first-year revenue goal of roughly $2.2 million for an online gambling program, despite delays caused by concerns and opposition.
Eight months ahead of primary elections, D.C. Council member Muriel Bowser has raised $85,000 as part of early efforts to retain her seat in Ward 4.
It has been nearly 15 years since Commerce Secretary Ron Brown and 34 other persons died in a plane crash in Croatia during a trade mission. On Friday, D.C. and federal officials dedicated a stretch of the street that runs alongside the Commerce Building in his honor.
Mayor Vincent C. Gray, who has to fill eight seats on the 15-member University of the District of Columbia board, is expected to begin filling those vacancies Friday — a move that could redirect the spotlight off university system president Allen Sessoms, who is under fire for questionable travel expenses.
A D.C. Council member is asking city residents to weigh in on what they'd like to call Pennsylvania Avenue.
With the House proposing to cut more than $80 million in spending on D.C. programs for the current fiscal year, City Hall is preparing District residents for the pain.
Breaking bread together provides a good opportunity for people to get to know one another, especially when the diners are the incoming mayor of Washington and the general manager of a sports franchise that plays its games in one state but practices in another.
A high-ranking Homeland Security official says the agency will protect Americans' civil liberties and privacy while it partners with the military to protect the nation's computer networks.
A year after they were featured on HBO's "Hard Knocks," the Bengals have scripted their own reality show.
Bengals owner Mike Brown is trying to produce his own reality show.
RICHMOND (AP) — A Pennsylvania teenager who was abducted, held hostage and sexually assaulted by a Virginia man she met online asked legislators yesterday for more funding to crack down on child sexual predators.
In February, prosecutors amended the plea agreement for former D.C. Council member Michael Brown to indicate that he admitted to accepting $100,000 in secret donations for his 2008 campaign for the at-large seat.
Senior Assistant Attorney General Michael Brown argues in a Feb. 13 memo that New Hampshire's law only allows the patients to obtain marijuana from dispensaries, which won't be operating for at least another year.