Sen. Menendez
to face charges in corruption case

The Justice Department’s charges against the New Jersey Democrat are expected to stem from an investigation into whether he used his position to benefit a donor and close friend. “I am not going anywhere,” he said Friday night.

Scott Walker gets a crash course in foreign policy

After drawing mockery on the subject last month, the Wisconsin governor sat down with the GOP's leading foreign-policy lights for a two-hour tutorial.

Tyler Adams (right) with teammate Aaron Bowen. (Mitchell Layton)

Sidelined by a heart condition, Georgetown player gets day on court

Senior Tyler Adams was part of a ballyhooed recruiting class but hasn’t played since 2011, when doctors diagnosed an arrhythmia. He’ll get a last chance to start in the Hoyas’ final home game.

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    Maryland lawmakers defeat Gov. Hogan’s attempt to kill ‘rain tax’

    Maryland lawmakers defeat Gov. Hogan’s attempt to kill ‘rain tax’

    Legislators rejected the proposal to end a requirement for fees to pay for removing pollution from rain water.

    Finish line in sight, African American museum still seeks money and objects

    Finish line in sight, African American museum still seeks money and objects

    The museum’s opening has been pushed back as officials continue to build the collections and raise funds.

    Does Virginia basketball bolster the case for a shorter shot clock?

    Does Virginia basketball bolster the case for a shorter shot clock?

    Some critics have argued that the No. 2-ranked Cavaliers’ deliberate style epitomizes boring basketball.

    Teen accused of helping man join Islamic State ‘was just a great kid’

    The 17-year-old’s arrest has sparked interest on Capitol Hill and skepticism from those who know him.

    To find out what Larry David is really like, ask his U-Md. fraternity brothers

    To find out what Larry David is really like, ask his U-Md. fraternity brothers

    The legendary “Seinfeld” co-creator honed his comic skills as the president of Tau Epsilon Phi.

    Auditor: Contractor charged D.C. homeless program too much

    Auditor: Contractor charged D.C. homeless program too much

    The Community Partnership for the Prevention of Homelessness overbilled $5.3 million, a report says.

    D.C. mayor orders audit of crime lab amid dispute over DNA tests

    D.C. mayor orders audit of crime lab amid dispute over DNA tests

    Prosecutors have questioned the District lab’s analysis of evidence, but officials there stand by their work.

    I was a professor at four universities.
    I still couldn’t make ends meet.

    I was a professor at four universities. <br>I still couldn’t make ends meet.

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    Jeb Bush says he finds Hillary Clinton’s e-mail practice ‘baffling’

    Jeb Bush says he finds Hillary Clinton’s e-mail practice ‘baffling’

    The former Florida governor also said he would stop using his private e-mail address if elected president.

    Attorney general Holder ‘prepared’
    to dismantle Ferguson police dept.

    Attorney general Holder ‘prepared’ <br>to dismantle Ferguson police dept.

    A report showed it demonstrated a pattern of racial bias and committed constitutional violations.

    Islamic State bulldozes, loots
    ancient Nimrud archaeological site

    Islamic State bulldozes, loots <br>ancient Nimrud archaeological site

    The U.N. cultural agency called the destruction at the more than 3,000-year-old landmark a “war crime.”

    Why is Andrew Jackson on the $20 bill? Answer may be lost to history.

    Why is Andrew Jackson on the $20 bill? Answer may be lost to history.

    From historians to the Treasury Dept., no one seems to know for sure why he was put there in 1928.

    Federal Government

    New Postmaster General pledges a ‘faster pace of change’

    New Postmaster General pledges a ‘faster pace of change’

    FEDERAL EYE | Megan Brennan is the first woman to lead the troubled federal agency.

    National

    North of Selma, black leaders say they’re ‘fighting the same battle’

    North of Selma, black leaders say they’re ‘fighting the same battle’

    A Shelby County case led to a 2013 Supreme Court ruling striking down a key part of the Voting Rights Act.

    Business

    ‘Lean in. But freeze first.’:
    The business of fertility

    ‘Lean in. But freeze first.’: <br>The business of fertility

    More women are freezing their eggs, but the procedure’s popularity and low odds have drawn criticism.

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