Attorney general will seek stay of judge’s ruling overturning law as city decides whether to appeal.
Police say they’re after ‘bad guys’; defense lawyers worry that suspects are talked into committing crimes.
Ahmed Abu Khattala is the suspected ringleader of the 2012 attacks that killed a U.S. ambassador.
Holding Ahmed Abu Khattala aboard the USS New York may give the FBI more time to interrogate him.
Some of the items, which helped form the basis of Samuel Eliot Morison’s WWII Navy history, were on eBay.
Kelvin Robinson admits conspiring with businessman to conceal thousands in campaign contributions.
Gray was named during a plea hearing for Jeffrey E. Thompson, the “shadow campaign” financier.
The former D.C. Council member pleaded guilty last June to accepting cash from undercover FBI agents.
Fire officials are investigating the cause of a small explosion.
Police are investigating the shooting death of an unidentified man late Saturday.
Rules crafted by city officials after a Supreme Court decision “pass constitutional scrutiny.”
Daniel I. Colton was convicted in a scheme involving former county executive Jack B. Johnson.
Former Va. governor Robert F. McDonnell and his wife have said that it would be unfair to have one trial.
The driver, Mathew E. Goldstein, was arrested and charged with unlawful entry after the incident on Tuesday.
Fired former head of food services says the city lost millions in taxpayer dollars because of “mismanagement.”
Memorandum in former D.C. Council member’s bribery case is meant to influence sentencing by judge.
Some magistrate judges say sweeping requests violate constitutional protections.
Darren Malry is charged with allegedly taking bribes to smuggle contraband for an inmate.
Concern has been rising across the city about the number of crimes being committed.
But Holder acknowledges the “awkward” timing of new allegations in the weeks before the election.
Ann covers legal affairs in the District and Maryland for the Washington Post. A recovering political junkie, Ann previously covered the State House in Annapolis, state politics in California and the first-in-the-nation presidential primary in New Hampshire. She joined the Post in 2005.