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Just over half of Americans believe that gay and lesbian couples have a constitutional right to get married, according to a poll released on Thursday by ABC and The Washington Post.
Residents in northeast Washington have filed a complaint over a District of Columbia police officer's inaction while responding to a street brawl.
WASHINGTON -- When White House press secretary Jay Carney led a quartet of President Obama's top advisers into an auditorium for the annual rollout of the federal budget last week, only 40 of the room's 120 seats were occupied -- and several of the reporters there had come to ask Carney about Ukraine.
Teachers in Montgomery County have ratified a new contract that will provide raises totaling 5.5 percent over three years, but it also requires educators to pay more for health insurance.
Deputy National Security Adviser Tony Blinken said Sunday that if Crimea votes to join Russia in a referendum next week, the United States would not recognize it.
The Academy Awards are the Left Coast's great cultural event of the year, more important to the stars than a Hillary Clinton fundraiser.
Former security contractor and National Security Agency whistleblower Edward Snowden said that he tired to bring his concerns to the attention of superiors on at least 10 occasions before deciding to leave the organization with a massive cache of secret documents .
Unless President Obama rolls into your town on the reg, you probably don't have to deal with traffic being shut down for motorcades that often.
The Washington Post defended its earlier reports that the Armatix iP1 personalized gun had been offered for sale at Southern California's Oak Tree Gun Club.
Call it God's plan; call it the proper alignment of the stars; call it plain old dumb luck.
The Washington Post recently published an article reminding individuals not to tweet or otherwise share information concerning their medical conditions on social media, warning that disclosing such information publicly "is akin to posting your address along with the dates you'll be away on vacation."
More than a dozen years after the attacks of 9/11, it is time to treat government decisions made in the aftermath as history - to be debated and learned from.
Audie Cornish speaks with political commentators, E.J. Dionne of The Washington Post and Brookings Institution and Reihan Salam of National Review and Reuters.
Today's headlines include stories about new studies that attempt to measure the health law's headway in signing up uninsured Americans for health coverage.
The 2012 GOP presidential candidate is criticizing our governor for failing to side with religious liberties and protect the rights of business owners.
The state's House of Delegates unanimously passed a bill Thursday that revises Virginia's "Crimes Against Nature" statute, which criminalizes oral and anal sex between consulting adults regardless of sexual orientation, reports The Washington Post .