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Gambling industry official says New Jersey didn’t ease up enough on regulation, taxes to allow casinos to keep up with competition in neighboring states.
Boardwalk spots are now facing some of the same rules as casinos, generating an outcry from owners.
Half of the more than 2,000 job offers that Horseshoe has made so far have gone to Baltimore residents.
Casino officials promise to make their “best efforts” to ensure jobs building and staffing resort will go to county residents.
For $160, RentaCoop sets people up with a chicken and coop for 4 weeks. It’s barely keeping up with demand.
Luk Fu, a pan-Asian eatery, has opened inside the Arundel Mills casino Maryland Live.
Defense secretary says everyone in military shares responsibility to stamp out sexual harassment and assault.
The Pentagon’s latest figures show it received 5,061 reports of unwanted sexual contact in fiscal year 2013, an increase of 50 percent compared with the previous year.
A high-profile sex case has had a profound impact on three accused men and their accuser.
Across the District, voters headed to the polls Tuesday for the Democratic mayoral primary.
After the tragedy involving his ill son, the Virginia lawmaker vows to keep working for system change.
Annys Shin has been a staff writer at the Washington Post since 2004. She has also been a staff writer at the Washington City Paper, the Center for Public Integrity, and National Journal. Originally from Philadelphia, she lives in the District with her daughter.