Silver Line executive director Pat Nowakowski announces he's stepping down.
A column of armored vehicles flying Russian flags drove into a Ukrainian city controlled by pro-Russian insurgents Wednesday, dampening the central government's hopes of re-establishing control over restive eastern Ukraine.
Metropolitan police found two dead bodies Wednesday morning near the Pennsylvania Avenue ramp off of I-295.
At this Chantilly gun shop, sales are often brisk after high-profile incidents, and customers are worried about a government crackdown.
Virginia Tech has paid federal fines totaling $32,500 for failing to issue a timely alert when a gunman began his killing rampage on campus seven years ago Wednesday, leaving 33 people dead.
Officials said Wednesday that efforts to keep Silver Line project costs down and an anticipated TIFIA loan are allowing them to keep tolls constant for at least the next five years.
The nonprofit sends low-income elementary school children home with a bag full of free food each Friday - because otherwise, many of them would not eat at all.
See the winner and all the finalists in the Post's annual Easter-themed diorama competition.
Tickets to tour the monument on its reopening day are now available.
According to tweets by the Boston Police department, there were two unattended black backpacks found at the Boston Marathon finish line on Tuesday evening.
UMD's president said scores of big academic conferences are moved to Baltimore or Washington each year because the university can't accomodate the needed space.
The College Board has released sample questions of the new SAT students might see in a couple of years. Last month the College Board announced the changes, saying questions would include real-world applications and require more analysis.
Michael Gardner, Falls Church Democratic chairman convicted of sexual battery, appeals to Va. supreme court
The Virginia Supreme Court is set to hear the appeal of a former Democratic activist from Falls Church who was convicted of molesting two children.
According to a letter released on Wednesday by David Mitchell -- the Director of Public Safety and Chief of Police at UMCP -- the school will be making changes to its alert system in order to improve efficiency.
It was a verbal lashing outside of an apartment building on Brandywine Street in Southeast on Wednesday, as Chanita Peoples came out thinking residents might help in her quest to find the man who police say beat up her 19-year-old niece.
Since texting while driving became a primary offense in October, police said they've stopped thousands of drivers - and the crackdown continues.
Prince George's County Police are searching for 13-year-old Princess Monae Small.
District of Columbia leaders and residents enjoy festivities Wednesday to mark the date in 1862 in which all the city's slaves were freed by President Lincoln.
Del. Heather Mizeur is proposing a law similar to Oregon's 'Death with Dignity' law.
A ferry carrying 459 people, mostly high school students on an overnight trip to a tourist island, sank off South Korea's southern coast on Wednesday, leaving nearly 300 people missing.
A tanker truck overturned, prompting evacuations, road closures and the cancellation of school buses.
President Barack Obama is looking for convicts worthy of his rarely used power to commute sentences.
Enrollees can get in-person and telephone assistance through the extended deadline, if they declare they attempted to enroll before but could not complete it without assistance.
The owner of the historic Carter's Grove plantation and brick mansion in Colonial Williamsburg has filed for bankruptcy.
After a four-week break for cherry blossom season, Metro is back to doing weekend work again.
Two vessels collided in a main shipping channel and a 751-foot cargo ship ran aground in the lower Chesapeake Bay on Tuesday in high winds gusting up to 70 mph, the Coast Guard said.
- Suspect accused of beating girlfriend remains at large
- Two male bodies found near I-295 ramp in D.C., sudden cold possible factor in deaths
- After cherry blossom hiatus, Metro track work will close sections of orange and blue lines
- D.C. Emancipation Day parade kicks off despite funding controversy
- Wild weather topples trees onto homes, cars
- Portion of Garrett County, Md. town evacuated after propane tanker truck crash
- Penalty fees for overdue ICC tolls upset customer
- Family of 8 narrowly escapes massive home fire in Waldorf, Md.
- Police identify suspect linked to seven Maryland bank robberies in two weeks
- Maryland child drowns in standing water on pool cover
- Local jury duty scam targets Fairfax couple
- MWAA promises to freeze rates on Dulles Toll Road through 2018
- Highs winds make ships collide in lower Chesapeake Bay
- Michael Gardner, Falls Church Democratic chairman convicted of sexual battery, appeals to Va. supreme court
- McAuliffe will attend day of remembrance on Virginia Tech shooting anniversary
- Debate continues over gun control rights
- Virginia Tech pays $32,500 for not issuing timely shooting alert
- Are leggings appropriate for students to wear to school? Illinois school says no
- Unattended backpacks found at Boston Marathon finish line, male suspect in custody
- 'Suiting Warriors' helps armed forces transition into workforce
- Winner of Post's 2014 Peeps Show contest recreates iconic moment in history
- Kathy Lee Gifford signs on with musical in Herndon, Va.
- Miley Cyrus hospitalized, on medical rest
- Michael Strahan makes it official, announces he'll join GMA
- 'Captain America' soars to top of box office, 'Rio 2' takes second place
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