1 hr ago | Fox News
President Obama's trip this month to Africa, with the first family tagging along, is projected to cost taxpayers as much as $100 million, sparking criticism as the federal government scrimps along during sequester-related budget cuts.
4 hrs ago | Hispanic Business
Google asked a special court in Washington Tuesday to let it make public information it's being forced to give to the government.
8 hrs ago | NBC12
A technical glitch affected hundreds of D.C. students who use special passes to ride Metro, and some students were told incorrectly that they needed to add money or were improperly charged.
12 hrs ago | ABA Journal
A Labor Department lawyer accused of assaulting a co-worker remains in a Washington, D.C., jail after a judge heard a detective's account of the incident.
12 hrs ago | Examiner.com
The Washington Post is reporting today that NYPD and FBI organized crime investigators were looking for skeletal remains at the former home of Jimmy Burke, the mobster portrayed in the movie " Goodfellas ."
15 hrs ago | The Washington Post
Puerto Rico's Noche de San Juan holiday will be celebrated with salsa music and drink specials at Cuba Libre on Friday night.
Two recent newspaper editorials illustrate the double-mindedness some feel about President Obama's decision to provide small arms and ammunition to Syrian rebels.
The man accused of slashing women's buttocks in Northern Virginia malls has pleaded guilty in a Fairfax County court.
Taxpayers have footed the bill for personal expenses, including body wash and dog vitamins, bought on behalf of Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell and his wife.
Pleasanton, Calif.-based Safeway Inc. is moving to keep its footing in the District in the face of increased competition, The Washington Post reported.
Apple says it received between 4,000 and 5,000 requests from U.S. law enforcement for customer data for the six months ended in May. The company, like some other businesses, had asked the U.S government to be able to share how many requests it received related to national security and how it handled them.
Spending records indicate that Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell and his wife Maureen have used taxpayer money for a variety of small personal items that they should have paid for themselves under state policy, The Washington Post reported.
He dropped out of high school in the middle of 10th grade yet won well-paying positions that came with overseas travel and access to some of the world's most closely held secrets.
WASHINGTON -- Where have all the liberals gone? President Obama, who as a Democratic senator accused the Bush administration of violating civil liberties in the name of security, now vigorously defends his own administration's collection of Americans' phone records and Internet activities.
Expressing bold independence from the national party, Republican U.S. Senate candidate Gabriel Gomez criticized President Barack Obama on social programs and immigration reform during a spirited campaign stop that included several Latino children among the spectators.
Like the rest of the world, Taliban officials learned last week of the U.S. government's large-scale surveillance program on citizens and foreigners, which included access to a massive amount of information gathered from online communications.