Metro Roundup: The Return of ATO, a Power Scare and New Clues In Investigation

Metro Roundup: The Return of ATO, a Power Scare and New Clues In Investigation

Metro finally made it through a week with barely any issues. This week’s one major problem, a power outage that affected much of the District, was no fault of the transit system.

D.C., Maryland Lead in Women’s Economic Equality

D.C., Maryland Lead in Women’s Economic Equality

Women in the District of Columbia are better off economically than women in any state, according to the second report in a seven-part series from the Institute for Women’s Policy Research that was released Wednesday.

Edwards Says She Won’t Take Wall Street Money

Edwards Says She Won’t Take Wall Street Money

Rep. Donna Edwards said Thursday that she won’t accept any donations from Wall Street and that her opponents in the Senate race shouldn’t either.

Rushern Baker Endorses Van Hollen in Senate Race

Rushern Baker Endorses Van Hollen in Senate Race

Prince George’s County Executive Rushern Baker endorsed Rep. Chris Van Hollen, D-Kensington, on Wednesday morning in the race to replace retiring Sen. Barbara Mikulski in the U.S. Senate.

Maryland Basketball Lookin’ Good in Way-Too-Early Polls

Maryland Basketball Lookin’ Good in Way-Too-Early Polls

Early polls for the 2015-16 season have the Maryland men's basketball team ranked in the top five.

Metro Roundup: Single-Tracking Delays, the Purple Line and Possible Tax Increases

Metro Roundup: Single-Tracking Delays, the Purple Line and Possible Tax Increases

Good Friday turned into a very bad Friday for Metro.

Cardin to Replace Menendez as Ranking Member of Foreign Relations Committee

Cardin to Replace Menendez as Ranking Member of Foreign Relations Committee

Sen. Ben Cardin, D-Md., will become ranking member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee after Sen. Robert Menendez, D-N.J. stepped down amid corruption charges, Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid’s office announced Thursday.

Van Hollen Campaign Raises $1 Million in 4 Weeks

Van Hollen Campaign Raises $1 Million in 4 Weeks

The Van Hollen for Senate Campaign announced Wednesday that it has raised $1 million in the first four weeks of Rep. Chris Van Hollen’s, D-Kensington, campaign for Sen. Barbara Mikulski’s seat.

Metro Roundup: New Cars, Leaking Water and Safety Concerns

Metro Roundup: New Cars, Leaking Water and Safety Concerns

This week Metro saw its share of highs and lows. Although the transit agency announced the debut date for its new cars, it also faced criticism about worker and passenger safety following a slew of incidents.

No Suprises for Maryland in 2014 US Census Bureau Data

No Suprises for Maryland in 2014 US Census Bureau Data

There weren’t any surprises for Maryland when the United States Census Bureau released its population estimates for 2014.