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Coastal flooding from nor'easter hits Old Town and Annapolis

Tides two to three feet above normal resulted in the inundation of some streets.

The First Lady has not laid an egg yet, and Mr. President is tweeting about it

Experts are not sure why the pair of eagles nesting at the National Arboretum have not procreated yet.

Flights, trains canceled as big winter storm hit the Northeast on Wednesday

Hoping to get ahead of the storm, airlines have already begun to cancel flights and issue fee waivers to travelers. Amtrak also is suspending some service Wednesday.

Man fatally shoots himself near White House, Secret Service says

No one else was injured, and President Trump was in Florida at the time.

To the battlements! Answer Man storms the Castle at Forest Glen.

The Maryland office building has an interesting — and notorious — history.

Current, former Md. lawmakers accused of inappropriately touching women in Annapolis

Both men denied the allegations. The women are the first since the #MeToo movement began to publicly name men connected to the State House.

Wind damage to Md. apartment complex forces evacuation of more than 300

Side of one apartment building collapsed and roofing material blew off other buildings.

Breakthrough in Maryland on Metro funding, as Hogan and legislature come together

The governor and House committees endorse $150 million a year for the transit agency if Virginia and D.C. do the same.

Hogan opposes arming teachers, suggests several school safety enhancements

Governor wants to spend $125 million on metal detectors, panic buttons, security cameras and other technology to secure schools

‘Like a huge dam burst’: Crowded field of candidates in Montgomery primaries

A whopping 38 candidates are competing for four at-large council spots. The question is how voters will sort them out.

Two more candidates join Prince George’s race marked by past controversies

One political newcomer says he is running because he believes most of the other candidates are unethical.

Not a ‘frat house’: Female lawmakers push back against report by women’s caucus

Women in the Maryland legislature said allegations of harassment should not overshadow their work in the state House.

Vignarajah’s gubernatorial ticket: first in Maryland to include two women of color

Krishanti Vignarajah, the only woman running for governor in Maryland, picked former teacher and union president Sharon Blake.

Arlington loses golf course tax-bill dispute at General Assembly

Legislators order county to change how it values golf property, costing it $1.5 million.

D.C. needs upgraded cell service, with or without the Amazon headquarters

Rivers can be an incredible force. The Amazon River was an inspiration to Amazon founder Jeffrey P. Bezos, who named his company after it. (Bezos owns The Washington Post.) In Southeast D.C., the Anacostia River is our inspiration. We’re proud an Anacostia site was included in D.C.’s bid for Amazon’s second headquarters, and we like […]

The retreat on the FBI building is a farce within a farce

The Federal Bureau of Investigation needs a new headquarters. Virginia, Maryland, federal and local stakeholders agree the J. Edgar Hoover Building is crumbling and outdated and cannot meet the agency’s growing challenges. Unfortunately,...Show More Summary

After Parkland, a tale of two Virginia politicians: Tim Kaine and Corey Stewart

The Senate Democrat met with mothers seeking gun control. A Republican who wants to replace him visited a shooting range.

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