Sessions Facing Congress Amid New Russia Probe DetailsAttorney General Jeff Sessions returns to Capitol Hill on Tuesday amid growing evidence of contacts between Russians and associates of President Donald Trump.
Maglev High Speed Train Gets New Support From UnionsLeaders behind the eagerly anticipated Maglev high speed train got new support in their plans to make the train a reality.
Md. First State To Grant Conditional Permit For Building Elon Musk's HyperloopGovernor Larry Hogan has approved the first portion of the hyperloop system.
Giving The Gift Of Green In The 'District Of Cannabis'It's hard to justify $45 for an ordinary black cotton T-shirt, but the customer at a store in Washington D.C.'s Adams Morgan neighborhood does so without question.
Maryland Governor Offers $500M To DC Area Transit SystemMaryland's governor has offered to give an extra $500 million to help fund the D.C. region's public transportation system if Virginia, Washington and the federal government do the same.
Parts Of Dulles Airport Evacuated Due To Suspicious VanPart of Dulles International Airport was evacuated because a k-9 detected something in a white van.
Md. Gubernatorial Candidate Ben Jealous Arrested During Rally Near White HouseMaryland Democratic gubernatorial candidate Ben Jealous was arrested in Washington D.C. Tuesday during a rally, according to a spokesperson.
DC 'Baby Box' Proposal Aimed At Curbing Infant MortalityIn an effort to reduce Washington, D.C.'s, infant mortality rate, local legislation has been proposed to make sure every new parent in the city has access to a free "baby box."
Protestors March In Wake Of Numerous Nooses Found In Md. AreaIn recent months several cases of nooses have been reported in and around Maryland and D.C. 
Police Seek Killer Of Man Found In Car On Capital BeltwayPolice are investigating the murder of a man inside his car on the Capital Beltway outside Washington, D.C.
More Than 200 D.C. Residents Displaced By FireMore than 200 people have been displaced by a large fire at an apartment complex in northwest Washington.
Judge Hears Challenge To DC-Area Sniper's Life SentenceAn attorney for a man convicted as a teenager of taking part in deadly sniper attacks that terrorized the Washington area argued before a Maryland judge Thursday that his young client's life sentence is unconstitutional and should be thrown out.

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