Late Thursday night, President Obama cancels a planned trip to Asia, with no end to the government shutdown in sight.
The government shutdown is taking some of the sting from parts of the D.C. region’s notoriously nasty commute.
The usually bustling District of Columbia will be uniquely affected Wednesday by the first government shutdown in 17 years, with thousands of federal employees who make up the backbone of the metro area’s workforce ordered not to report to work.
The influx of new restaurants in Washington in recent years is creating a shortage of workers in the city’s food service industry.
Bus commuters traveling between Annapolis and Washington may soon have another travel option.
The budget battle continues to heat up in Washington. The Senate passed a bill that would continue to fund the government. But the House is expected to put up a lot of opposition.
Funeral services will be held Saturday for Mike Ridgell. The Westminster man was a security guard at the Washington Navy Yard and died as a gunman stormed the campus.
I had another strong showing last weekend with my football picks. A second straight 5 and 1 week has me believing that I actually might have a clue when it comes to pigskin prognostication.
The FBI has released surveillance footage of the Washington Navy Yard gunman in action.
A stone monument of the Ten Commandments that sits on a street behind the U.S. Supreme Court in Washington and was the subject of controversy in the past has been toppled by vandals.
The Washington Navy Yard is back open, but it’s far from business as usual, following the mass shooting that left 13 people dead, including the shooter.
A man who planned a mass shooting at the headquarters of a conservative Christian lobbying group in Washington last year was sentenced Thursday to 25 years in prison for the plot that injured a security guard.