In Baltimore, New York and Washington, police have already backed away from “zero tolerance.”
Both sides staked out tough positions in budget negotiations, but each fell short on important goals.
The new GOP governor reframes the debate on spending and taxes, though the impact so far is modest.
New leader will have to fix finances, safety problems before governments invest in expansion,officials say.
A Maryland Senate panel kills one measure and waters down others, including one on state gas tax hikes.
REGIONAL MEMO | The U.S. attorney drew praise for reducing sleaze in D.C. politics, but legacy may rest on probe’s outcome.
Board members differ on the type of leader needed amid more turmoil for the embattled transit agency.
Board members differ on the type of leader needed, as D.C. pushes to replace a representative.
REGIONAL MEMO | Officials want a thorough cultural change for the transit agency, but reform is difficult.