Some say treating the practice under pornography laws is too harsh.
Hundreds of patients were given excessive prescriptions for addictive medications, and one person died.
Police say suspect reportedly tried to remove the underwear of a woman in an Alexandria store.
A hospital worker in Arlington County pleaded guilty Wednesday to raping a patient in the emergency department.
The Capital Fringe Festival play follows cooks on a local cable-access show who have a shot at stardom.
Sasha Sinclair’s one-woman show at the Gearbox takes her back to a childhood in southern Virginia.
The alleged assault occurred in Woodbridge. Officer is on administrative leave.
Some say expenses imposed by a county board vote will effectively close down the popular events.
In “Cabaret XXX: Everybody F---ing Dies,” a memorial service becomes a venue to let inner divas loose
About half of federal inmates could apply to cut an average of two years off their imprisonment.
David Kleinberg’s polished, moving show recounts his experience as a combat correspondent.
‘Everybody Knows’ examines the friendships in an all-female troupe whose members keep moving away.
He faces an unrelated gun charge in October while Alexandria police investigate three homicides.
The man Alexandria police are focused on in a homicide probe has been indicted on a gun charge.
Fringe Festival improv show at Gearbox provides few laughs on opening night but has potential.
Workers had removed the fallen tree by just before 7 p.m., and the DPW was clearing the area
Orange and Blue Line trains are single-tracking between Smithsonian and Federal Center SW. Riders should expect delays.
Asabech Abayneh was found strangled in her apartment, and family and friends are mystified.
43-year-old’s killing is the city’s third homicide of 2014.
Residents and vacationers in North Carolina’s Outer Banks are preparing for the storm.
Rachel Weiner came to The Post as a politics web editor. She spent the past two years writing for The Fix and running The Post’s 2012 election blog, appropriately (if not very creatively) called Election 2012. By the end of that race she decided it was time for a long break from national politics. She now covers cops and courts in Arlington and Alexandria.