The Washington Post was given an exclusive tour of the new MGM National Harbor before its grand opening on Dec. 8.
Rushern Baker, once a slots opponent, is betting on the casino to expand Pr. George’s tax base and economic growth.
Attack at service station near Fredericksburg, Va.
At least three were at gunpoint; in two of them, police say three men with a car took part.
His drive in 1958 — for $1 donations — turned into the nonprofit Scholarship America.
A roundup of news from the Washington region.
In silent protest, residents hoist gay pride rainbow flags
Jay Gallagher ended his life three weeks after a friend told the counselor he was suicidal, the suit alleges.
Clear and cold tonight. Some mixed precipitation possible tomorrow.
Built in 1947, the building once housed WEAM, a scrappy AM radio station.
The regional transit system’s leader has a limited constituency.
Virginia school board has assembled a committee to decide how to proceed after books were pulled from classrooms and libraries because they contain racial slurs.
Saint Nick crisscrosses the globe even before Christmas Eve.
Precipitation chances are up by Sunday night.
Pr. George’s cut a check for nearly $7,000 to pay for the damage Council member Mel Franklin caused.
Record set for average temperature in Sept. Oct. Nov.
His dish evolved into the deep-fried, sticky and unabashedly inauthentic staple of American Chinese take-out.
The short-lived show, starring John Cleese, is regarded as one of the best sitcoms of all time.
“Donald Trump... [ is] a job creator, and so am I,” says GOP Del. Glenn R. Davis Jr.
“You act as though hate is new. It was always there,” Lt. Gov. Boyd Rutherford said in a reply to a state senator.