Mailbox mandate pits HOA against property owners worried about their individual rights
You think you’re smart? Well maybe you’re thinking too hard.
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Alleged ‘Pizzagate’ gunman anticipated ‘violent confrontation’ at D.C. restaurant, police said.
School officials tout Anita Berger’s work in improving the school’s graduation rate and academic achievement.
Without intervention to preserve affordable housing, low-income residents could be priced out of their homes as rents rise around new stations.
His music garnered international acclaim after Estonia regained independence in 1991.
The victim was hospitalized, but no children were injured. Officers are searching for the gunman.
Maryland governor proposes new laws aimed at curbing opioid epidemic that last year claimed 1,400 lives in the state.
Takeisha Hughes-Coats, 26, was shot Jan. 15 in a Hillcrest Heights parking lot.
A tractor-trailer ran over the cyclist after he hit a curb and fell into the road in Frederick County.
Police said the victim ran across the street toward where people were gathering for a job fair at the stadium.
Clippinger wants to require companies of at least 15 workers to provide paid sick leave.
A group of women from different states rehearsed a song called "I can't keep quiet" online ahead of the Women's March on Washington. They met for the first time and sang it together during the march on Jan. 21.
Late Sunday or Monday we may see some light snow, but it probably won't amount to much.
The phones haven't stopped ringing at Bub & Pops in Northwest Washington after someone mistakenly tweeted the deli's phone number instead of the White House's to encourage people to call and complain about President Trump's policies.
Movie crew will be shooting all week at the Holiday Cinemas on Baughmans Lane, city says.
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Council member Vincent C. Gray proposes $64 million officer-retention program
The first incident occurred downtown; the second was near Palisades.