The government has seized $21 million from Fisker’s reserve account.
All taxicabs in the District of Columbia will be required to accept credit cards by March 30.
A former employee of the Motor Vehicle Administration (MVA) had pleaded guilty to issuing driver’s licenses for payment.
Three of the largest book publishers in the United States have agreed to pay consumers more than $69 million for violating antitrust laws. Maryland consumers will receive $1.64 million from the deal.
Maryland is paying more than double for each slot machine that officials acquired to fill the state’s first three casinos.
A Maryland appeals court deals a blow to the people of Jacksonville, Baltimore County, who had their drinking water polluted by a massive gasoline spill.
Some drivers in the District are still getting parking tickets, despite having used the city’s new pay-by-phone parking system.
Metro is looking into coming up with a payment system that would let riders skip buying fare cards and instead use their cell phones, credit cards or federal IDs to pay fares on the transit system.