Among charges the 20-year-old driver faces are several counts of assault on an officer.

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School-ratings bill, money for Planned Parenthood and to sue Trump administration could be vetoed by Republican Gov. Larry Hogan.

Local coalition seeks to raise millions to “rebrand” Washington area to improve reputation, self-image.

House last week passed legislation that has drawn criticism from the Trump administration, but Senate Judicial Committee won’t, chamber leader says.

No information about the injuries was immediately available.

The rift, fueled by charges that two Lacks great-grandchildren are not family members, has happened just weeks before the film’s HBO debut.

Candace Claiborne allegedly received tens of thousand of dollars in gifts from two agents.

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Comedian endorses former Biden aide Susan Platt, citing need for women in politics.

Babysitter initially told police the child’s feet “may have rubbed across a tortilla,” police say.

College Confidential is a hangout for the anonymous and the angsty.

Fresh air from the north sends temperatures closer to normal for this time of year.

Radio ad incorrectly says Gillespie told The Post he opposes law to protect monuments.

Baby bald eagle “DC4" officially hatched at approximately 7:21 a.m. on March 29. The eaglet's parents are Mr. President and The First Lady.

Mother Nature may get the last laugh with significant snow possible in New England this weekend.

It failed to advance new, productive ideas to manage the problem.

Fairfax County police are looking for a woman who posed as an employee of a Target store in Alexandria, Va. and took dozens of iPhones from its stock room on March 15.

The industry that helps suspected criminals get out of jail is fighting efforts to limit bail for poor defendants who can’t afford to pay.

The book, created by the Heartland Institute, will be sent out until every science teacher in the U.S. has a copy, PBS Frontline reports.

We’ve let these outdoor treasures rot away in the past. Will this time be different?

The utility said changing its consumption-based rate structure will mean higher bills for most residential customers.

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