Maryland Attorney General's Office says, again, that the state will “suspend” construction on light-rail work as of June 1 if there's no decision.

Because of the May 18 “near-miss” — along with another incident Wednesday in which a train operator broke the speed limit in a work zone — federal officials remain concerned that significant risks remain on Metro's tracks.

Updated at 6:46 a.m. And now it is the Red Line’s turn on Metro. The transit agency said there are delays in the direction of the Glenmont stop after a broken down train. The broken down one was at the Rhode Island Avenue station. It is not clear how long these delays will last. Red […]

The light-rail project's federal aid remains “under review” while a lawsuit attempting to block it continues.

The embattled ride-hailing giant pledged to return “every penny” plus interest.

Fighter jets were scrambled and passengers helped duct tape the man to his seat.

Officials have given contradictory accounts of how a Turkish man got on the plane after Los Angeles airport police had ejected him from the terminal hours before takeoff.

Fake President Frank Underwood was photographed at Foggy Bottom-GWU station by real-life former chief White House photographer Pete Souza.

  Updated at 6:44 a.m. Normal service is back on Metro’s Blue and Yellow lines. Original post at 6:00 a.m. Riders on Metro’s Blue and Yellow lines should expect delays during Tuesday morning’s commute. There was a broken down train at the Pentagon stop. It is not clear how long the delays will last. Yellow/Blue […]

Metro's Chief Performance Officer: "I guess if [the trains] smell good, people feel they're clean."

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