Watch for extra traffic around the new National Harbor casino and in Baltimore, where the Army-Navy game is Saturday.

Federal inspectors say that without critical upgrades, Metro's plans for an 8-car fleet will overload power system.

Late-night traffic snarls during public opening, but morning rush seems no worse than normal.

Updated at 9:10 a.m. Metro reports that normal service has resumed on the Red Line after earlier delays caused by a train problem near the Takoma station.   Red Line: Normal service has resumed outside Takoma. — Metrorail Info (@Metrorailinfo) December 9, 2016           8:15 a.m. Red Line riders should expect […]

Brooke Miranda Hughes was live-streaming when a tractor-trailer plowed into the back of her car on Interstate 380 in Pennsylvania. Hughes and her passenger, Chaniya Morrison-Toomey, were killed in the crash.

All lanes are now clear on Interstate 95 near Fredericksburg

Traffic was heavy for MGM National Harbor casino's opening night but not a nightmare — even for those who had nowhere to go but the parking lots for three hours.

The long-awaited $1.4 billion casino resort was at capacity less than an hour after opening.

The workers, who include wheelchair attendants and baggage handlers, want higher wages.

The agency is making adjustments after finding too many of the “collector shoes,” the metal paddles that draw power, were losing contact with the electrified third rail.

As Metro launches the “Back2Good” car maintenance program, the agency is employing simple fixes to try to prevent the most prevalent problems.

Traffic engineers consider it safer and more efficient, but some drivers may find it counterintuitive at first glance.

General Manager Paul J. Wiedefeld said extended hours on New Year's Eve won't impact SafeTrack maintenance work.

Rescuers had to extricate one person from a vehicle.

Sewer utilities say the wipes are clogging equipment and creating backups.

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