A series of proposals to raise the minimum wage and change other work rules are among bills proposed in Virginia’s General Assembly session that begins next week.
President Donald Trump reportedly told congressional leaders during a meeting Friday to try to negotiate terms to re-open the government and that he preferred the word “strike” in describing the ongoing government shutdown.
The swift retreat of advertisers from Tucker Carlson’s Fox News show over his immigration comments underscores a new and growing trend: the power of liberal online activists to put a spotlight on corporate behavior.
There were a lot of things that happened this year in American politics, some of which you may have already completely forgotten about. Here are 110 of them.
After the guilty verdicts in the trial of his former campaign chairman, the guilty plea of his former attorney, and immunity granted to his former cronies, a political action committee posts a message to the president: “Surrender Donald.”
Members of a Maryland group assisting children at the southern U.S. border said at a hearing organized by Senate Democrats Wednesday these young immigrants are suffering because of the government policy separating families.
Michael Steele, a Republican who served as Maryland’s lieutenant governor from 2003 to 2007, gives some advice for a healthier political climate.
As families and friends gather to enjoy delicious Thanksgiving feasts, etiquette and health experts warn discussing politics can ruin the meal.
Prince George’s County Executive Rushern Baker is anticipating a major endorsement Friday from a U.S. senator in his bid for the governorship of the state.
For once, political theater isn’t taking place on the House floor. Arena Stage tackles politics in a new 10-year project.
Just because you and your relatives share blood, doesn’t mean you share the same opinions. Etiquette expert Lizzie Post discusses dodging politics at cocktail parties, plus more advice on keeping the peace.
With the election one week away, a Capitol Hill bar pokes fun at politics and attempts to “make cocktails great again” with a Trump-themed pop-up bar.
Etiquette experts advise that politics is not polite dinner conversation — but what happens when everything on your plate is political? A free Smithsonian festival explores the intersection of politics and food.
Delegates, candidates and participants at the Republican and Democratic National Conventions aren’t just making political statements — they’re making fashion statements.
Voter registration has spiked early this year as Virginia becomes a battleground state for the first time in decades.
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.