The gallery unveiled "Green Wheat Fields, Auvers." It was likely completed ...
It will remain breezy through the weekend but it will turn warmer Friday ...
During a struggle with a man, a woman was stabbed several times in the arm.
We're taught at a young age to share.
The Dallas Mavericks have played good basketball of late
and will try to ...
The Detroit Pistons will try to get to .500 on the
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Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid is in the hospital for observation after not feeling well over night.
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Fairfax County officials have completed the recount of more than 300,000 ballots for the Virginia Attorney General's race.
In a press release Tuesday, we learned that Congressman Frank Wolf of the 10th District of Virginia won't seek re-election in 2014.
One million dollars to build a bus stop in Virginia. Five million for customized crystal stemware. Those are just some of the items paid for by the federal government last year.
The measure lessens the sequester cuts but leaves some people in both parties unhappy.
Members of Congress and the lobbyists lurking among them on Capitol Hill are considered some of the least honest or ethical professionals, according to a new survey
The government's once-secret program of collecting domestic telephone communication records of Americans was ruled unconstitutional Monday by a federal court.
Fairfax County and the cities of Alexandria and Chesapeake all start their recount on Monday, with the rest of the state joining in Tuesday and Wednesday.
Official media have published the first photo of former Cuban President Fidel Castro in more than four months, showing the 87-year-old in animated conversation with a Spanish journalist.
Gov. Bob McDonnell has outlined his spending priorities for a two-year state budget that's nearly $10 billion bigger than the previous one.
Three Democrats and three Republicans spoke Monday at a forum sponsored by a coalition of Montgomery County business, education and community-based groups.
The fired chief of staff for Tennessee Sen. Lamar Alexander was ordered to live with his parents in Maryland while he awaits prosecution on charges of possession and attempted distribution of child pornography.
President Obama sees his approval rating fall to 45% among young voters.
House Speaker John Boehner has invited President Barack Obama to deliver the State of the Union address on Jan. 28.
Virginia Governor-elect Terry McAuliffe has selected Brian Moran as Secretary of Public Safety.
House easily passes bipartisan budget easing spending cuts to Pentagon, domestic agencies.
Documents detail the allegations against a Tennessee senator's chief of staff who works out of the D.C. office.
D.C. Councilmember and mayoral candidate Tommy Wells will try to live off a budget based on DC's $8.25 minimum wage.
Police in Alexandria have charged a woman for financial exploitation of a mentally incapacitated person.
A young mother dies, but a chain of love and friendship allows her child's birth.
Rachel Washburn spent three seasons with Eagles before entering military career.
Police need your help finding an inmate who they say was mistakenly released from Maryland Correctional Institution for Women.
One woman's secret Santa this holiday season turned out to be one of the richest men in the world: Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates.
3 food warehouses, two pizza shops and nope, not a partridge in a pear tree but birds, rodents and food stored in the alley in this week's Restaurant Alert.
In a statement, A&E said it was extremely disappointed to see Robertson's anti-gay remarks, which it said were based on his personal beliefs
A man responsible for a crime wave from Anne Arundel County to Alexandria was sentenced Thursday to 35 years in prison.
D.C. police say a security officer shot a man in Northeast Friday morning.
Federal prosecutors in New York say a West Point cadet has been arrested on child pornography charges.
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