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The Washington Capitals announced Barry Trotz has resigned as head coach after four seasons.
Access will reopen Tuesday to two portions of Main Street, outside of the most heavily flood-damaged section of historic Ellicott City.
A Maryland woman has pleaded guilty to a scheme that used stolen IDs from the Office of Personnel Management to secure personal and vehicle loans from a credit union.
Getting a jump on the trade deadline, the Nationals picked up right-hander Herrera from the Kansas City Royals for three minor leaguers, adding him to a back end of the bullpen that already includes the lefty Doolittle and righties Ryan Madson and Brandon Kintzler.
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WASHINGTON (AP) — It was a long and odd day, one that started with teenager Juan Soto homering in a game that officially was played before he made his major league debut. Huh? Soto delivered…
The Broward Sheriff’s Office says the 20-year-old rising star was pronounced dead Monday evening at a Fort Lauderdale-area hospital. He was shot earlier Monday outside a Deerfield Beach motorcycle dealership.
The emotional policy of separating children from their parents is also starting to divide Republicans as Democrats turned up the pressure. Former first lady Laura Bush called the policy “cruel” and “immoral” while GOP Sen. Susan Collins and a former adviser to President Donald Trump voiced doubts.
Dulles Toll Road drivers would pay 75 cents more at the mainline toll plaza and 50 cents more at each ramp under a proposal set to be presented Wednesday.
Anyone planning to vote absentee in the Maryland primary has to act fast. Here are upcoming deadlines this week that you need to know.
The eight schools announced a shared commitment to eliminate Advanced Placement courses from their curricula by 2022.
Virginia’s Department of Elections has found even more voters likely assigned to the wrong districts across the state following tight House of Delegates races last fall, including one tie determined by a random drawing, where the problem could have determined control of the chamber.
Eleven days after leading the Washington Capitals to its first-ever Stanley Cup championship, Coach Barry Trotz is skating out the door. And a fanbase still hung over from a dayslong Cup celebration is brought back down to earth.
WASHINGTON — Montgomery County police have released the photo of a man they say assaulted a teenager on her way home from school earlier this year. Investigators are hoping someone will recognize the thin-built black…
Prince George’s County commuters can soon expect delays due to a pair of paving and resurfacing projects causing lane closures on U.S. Route 301 in Upper Marlboro and U.S. Route 1 in Laurel.
The Ellipse and a downtown D.C. street were closed for a time Monday after a man climbed a security barrier at the White House complex and left a bag nearby.
The FBI is determined to not repeat any of the mistakes identified in a harshly critical watchdog report on the handling of the Hillary Clinton email investigation, Director Chris Wray said Monday at a congressional hearing.
Property owners who want to rent out rooms or homes for fewer than 30 consecutive days, using such services as Airbnb, will have to apply for a license.
A judge was told that a recently-received report from Virginia’s Department of Forensic Science showed DNA recovered from Rishi Manwani’s wallet, after he and his mother had been shot, “had a substantial similarity” to a person in the database for a Jan. 2, 2001 crime.
A ship that spent decades crossing the Delaware Bay was sunk on purpose Friday to become part of a system of artificial reefs. See the video.
Former Pennsylvania Gov. Ed Rendell said Monday that he was diagnosed 3½ years ago with Parkinson’s disease, but said he believes that treatment has stopped the progression of the disease and he has maintained his quality of life.