The president’s budget proposal would invest in K-12 computer science and preschool, college for needy students.
Jullette M. Saussy had been hired from New Orleans eight months ago
About $750,000 would go to fighting lawsuits anticipated from residents who have built fences, sheds and other structures on trail land preserved for light-rail line.
She danced from 1958 to 1976 at the New York City Ballet and later directed the Paris Opera Ballet.
Sen. Lucas’s decision to split with her party will allow the Senate to consider Rossie Alston’s for the high court.
"Live At 9:30" will air musical performances filmed in recent months (interspersed with interviews, short films, and comedic bits) on PBS. [ more › ]
The D.C. area is expected to see temperatures in the single digits this weekend. Capital Weather Gang's Angela Fritz has your forecast and temperature predictions.
Ad urges viewers to stop legislation “that will financially ruin your local hospital.”
The take-away cafe from chef Aaron Silverman will offer espresso drinks, drip coffee, pastries and breakfast sandwiches.
Snow is tapering off across the Washington region, but not before coating the ground in a lovely blanket of white.
A few slick spots are possible in the very early morning hours.
County supervisors begin the long process of implementing 202 reforms inspired by 2013 Geer shooting.
The Maryland Senate voted to override Gov. Larry Hogan’s veto of a bill that would allow felons to register to vote after they are released. Hogan says this could become an election issue.
New report tracks plunge in passenger numbers in 2015 and relates it to customer service.
Local officials in Northern Va. say legislation will hamper efforts to mitigate impacts of new development
A report says the decrease "was pervasive and not linked to any particular event or weather." [ more › ]
Martin Moeller, senior curator at the National Building Museum, shares his thoughts on a few of D.C.'s monuments to modernity.
Hogan’s campaign coffers double the size of predecessor Martin O’Malley’s headed into second year of term.
The New York Times' A.O. Scott will speak about his new book at Politics & Prose on Thursday. [ more › ]
Owners also see online campaigns as a way to build a community before they even open their doors.