Vehicle Crashes Into Anne Arundel County HouseA vehicle crashed into a house in Anne Arundel Country Tuesday afternoon.
Cleaning Crew Finds Decomposed Body Inside Empty HouseA cleaning crew removing and burning trash at a recently purchased home in Mississippi made a startling discovery — a body wrapped in a blue tarp.
Sinkhole Stops Growing After Swallowing 2 Houses In FloridaA sinkhole that swallowed a boat and destroyed two homes had stopped growing and officials said Saturday they would monitor it over the weekend before determining when cleanup can begin.
Bus Crashes Into Montgomery County HouseA small bus has crashed into a group home on Lawrence Avenue, according to the Montgomery County Fire Department.
Democrats Disrupt House, Stage Protest Over GunsA passionate plea from Democrats has turned into a sit-in on the House floor.
Contractors Trapped After West Baltimore Rowhome CollapsesFirefighters are called to the scene of a building collapse in West Baltimore.
House Wants To Continue Ban On Sale Of Legal Pot In D.C.House Republicans want to continue blocking the District of Columbia from allowing legal marijuana sales.
House GOP Measure Would Cut Amtrak By $242MLegislation that would cut Amtrak's budget by $242 million was working its way through the House, though there's new funding for video cameras inside locomotive cabs to record train engineers to help investigators get to the bottom of crashes such as last month's deadly derailment in Philadelphia.
Capitol Hill Buzz: Smoothies, Doughnuts, Sushi Head To HouseJamba Juice, Dunkin' Donuts and fresh sushi are coming to the House of Representatives.
Lightning Strike Destroys Home, Leads To Arrest Of OccupantAn early morning lightning strike caused a fire that destroyed a house and also led to the arrest of one of the occupants for an unrelated charge.
1 Dead, 1 Critically Injured After Randallstown House FireAn early morning house fire claims the life of an elderly Baltimore County man.
House Bill Would Cap Expenses For Ex-PresidentsBill Clinton, George W. Bush and other former presidents who earn lucrative speaking fees and draw other income would no longer be able to count on taxpayer dollars to pay for their post-White House office space and staff under a bill in the House.