The latest news on Washington, DC
Even Supreme Court justices get a break during the busy season.
Maryland, Virginia, and the District of Columbia are holding primaries today, but Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton appear to be increasingly focused on March 4, when Ohio and Texas, among other states, will vote. Obama is expected to win in all three of today's contests.
A new argument in the bid to overturn the District's gun ban: Without pistols, how can people train to be in the military?
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The Senate Curator's Office is building a complete set of all the visitor's gallery passes issued since 1868.
A new rule will make it easier for consumers to know the lead content of their water.
But the high court may choose to ignore majority sentiment in the nation's capital.
Would the planned visitors center detract from 'the wall'?
Gifted students are often ignored due to efforts to raise other students' test scores.
Homeland Security looks to a Victorian-era insane asylum