When voters in Maryland get their ballot, they’ll see four names in the box for U.S. senator. Sen. Ben Cardin, the incumbent Democrat, is seeking his third term. Republican Tony Campbell, independent Neal Simon and Libertarian Arvin Vohra are also running.
Running 26.2 miles is already a challenge, but a flag-bearing veteran and a running juggler take their approach to the Marine Corps Marathon to the next level. See photos and video.
A man who barricaded himself in the Colesville, Maryland, area following a domestic situation Wednesday morning that prompted a shelter-in-place warning from police has been charged with assault.
A D.C. man was arrested Wednesday in connection to a fatal stabbing that happened Tuesday night in Northeast D.C. Police are also still looking for the pickup truck that was stolen after the stabbing.
Arlington County has a new fire chief after the previous chief retired at the end of the summer.
When the photo of a Florida dad squatting in the men’s bathroom as an impromptu diaper-changing table for his child went viral, it highlighted a problem one Baltimore City councilman was already working to solve.
Hundreds gathered Thursday at the Hart Senate Office Building to protest against the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court.
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan unveiled the “Safe Schools Maryland” tip line Wednesday, where students across the state can report possible threats anonymously. There’s also a smartphone app.
One-way ticket prices on dozens of domestic flights during the winter are as low as $49 between the shortest routes, and go up to $129 on longer flights. The sale runs from Oct. 2 through Oct. 4.
A group of outages in the Bethesda, Maryland, area is not only affecting thousands of Pepco customers but also briefly modified Metro service Monday night.
The Department of Justice is awarding nearly $320 million to help fund the fight against the opioid crisis across the U.S., with grant recipients in Maryland and Virginia receiving support in their programs.
Besides the different celebrations throughout October, the governor’s office also announced the start of the “harvest party,” hosted at various Virginia wineries and restaurants to revel in this season’s harvest.
A man has pleaded guilty to a voluntary manslaughter charge in connection to a fatal stabbing with a screwdriver in Northwest D.C. that happened in July.
D.C. police said Ronnika Jennings was first charged with obstruction of justice in April in the same case. She was a former clerk for the police department.
Police are looking for persons of interest who may be connected to last month’s crash on Kenilworth Avenue in Northeast D.C. that turned fatal after a pedestrian was hit and later died. See photos of the people police are looking for.
The three-part series "The making of Marion Barry" looks at how the future mayor got his start in the civil rights movement, how he became a power player in the city and his enduring legacy.