Construction companies in the D.C. area and across the nation could take hits to their workforces in the wake of the Trump administration’s decision to revoke temporary protected status for Salvadorans, industry insiders say.
Arlington County Police on Tuesday arrested three teenage suspects who are accused of stabbing a man Monday night after an argument.
Bob Meyers doesn’t want partial justice for his brother. He wants full justice. And to him, that means leaving D.C. sniper Lee Boyd Malvo’s sentence just the way it is: life in prison, with no chance of ever getting out.
There’s not much ado about President’s Trump’s State of the Union address right now, but there will be. Some members of Congress are considering boycotting his Jan. 30 speech.
Food truck operators and vendors in downtown Washington breathed a sigh of relief over the end of the federal government shutdown, with some saying they had lost more than half of their usual customers on Monday.
With Democrats struggling to stop President Trump in Washington, a cadre of attorneys general have stepped up to claim leadership of the anti-Trump resistance, using the courts to try to derail the administration’s agenda.
Have you heard about the heroic efforts of the man who is working to save the lives of black children in our inner cities?
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan says the Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport saw record-breaking passenger traffic in 2017.
Baltimore’s mayor announced Friday she has replaced the city’s police commissioner, saying a change in leadership was needed to reduce crime and violence more quickly.
Amazon has narrowed its long list of 238 potential sites for its second headquarters (HQ2) to a long short list of 20, and at first blush it appears as though an East Coast presence is a prime (get it?) destination in Amazon’s future.
Marijuana-laced lollipops found in the luggage of an international-traveling passenger were seized by U.S. customs and border agents in Baltimore, the agency said Thursday.
After 83 years in business, Johnson’s Florist and Garden Center will close its Tenleytown location Sunday despite its neighbors begging the landlord, American University, to allow the longtime shop to continue operating there.