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For those of you who haven't seen my diary Announcing DC Kossack Welcome Meeting for Chacounne on Friday, I would like to repeat that the Kossacks from DC and VA and MD would like to welcome Chacounne to Washington DC.
The Orange County mayor's race between incumbent Teresa Jacobs and Val Demings is officially nonpartisan, but Demings is having none of that.
The Congress shall assemble at least once in every Year, and such Meeting shall be on the first Monday in December, unless they shall by Law appoint a different Day.
Spring is just days away but winter is not leaving quietly. Just as the trees started blooming and the birds started chirping, another round of snow and ice was bearing down Sunday on the Midwest and the Mid-Atlantic.
Maddox Middle School eighth-grade students and teachers Greg Tinker and Karen Hamman pose for a picture Friday afternoon at the school.
My bucket list includes a visit to every American state capital city. I decided to take advantage of a recent business trip to Washington, D.C., to make a pit stop in capital No.
Gov. Bobby Jindal says he's creating a new political action committee to assist conservative candidates running for Congress, another move that could help position him for a possible presidential candidacy.
Twenty-six students from across West Virginia will recite poems by Edgar Allan Poe, Robert Frost, Emily Dickinson and others during the 2014 state Poetry Out Loud competition set for Mar. 14-15 at the Culture Center in Charleston.
The Obama administration said Tuesday it's making steady progress on healthcare sign-ups, but the White House needs something close to a miracle to meet its goal of enrolling 6 million people by the end of this month.
A new generation of fake driver's licenses has infiltrated the Washington, D.C. region, many of them sophisticated enough to fool law enforcement and scanning devices, according to a review by the News4 I-Team.
You'd think that in the 21st Century, we could do things better than we did in the 1930's.
Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal, a possible White House contender in 2016 , launched a new political action committee Thursday to help support conservative candidates in midterm elections for Congress.
Strong winds were to blame for the power surge, and caused power outages to thousands of homes across Maryland and Virginia The U.S. Capitol building went dark and thousands of homes lost power Wednesday night after strong winds caused power outages in Washington D.C. and other areas of Maryland and Virginia.
A Northampton County judge ruled today a New York City lawyer unlawfully raided the estate of a Bethlehem man and must pay his survivors nearly $950,000.
Franklin Delano Roosevelt used to hop on the presidential railcar, the Ferdinand Magellan, and roll down to Warm Springs, Ga., seeking relief for his shriveled legs.