Streetcars, Once Nearly Extinct, Are Enjoying a Comeback

Washington is one of several U.S. cities adopting “second generation” streetcars.

Injury-Plagued Wizards Finish Out Season

Eliminated from playoffs, Wizards seek to finish strong in last game

Bei Bei Plays, the Crowds Keep Coming to National Zoo

This year’s arrival of new baby panda is delighting tens of thousands of visitors

Belgium Embassy in Washington Sees Stream of Visitors, Solidarity

After Tuesday’s Brussels terror attacks, many visit the Belgium Embassy in Washington to express their condolences.

Ex-Terp Blake on 2016 Team: “Go Out There and Do It”

NBA player Steve Blake discusses Maryland Terrapins NCAA Tournament prospects.

Milk? Bread? Metro Riders Get A New Way to Shop for Groceries

A six-month pilot project tests whether Metro riders want to buy groceries at the end their rides.

What’s the Deal with Mid-Season, Out-of-Conference Games?

The University of Maryland, along with other schools, have elected to book competition outside of their respective conferences to help fill mid-season schedules.

Next Phases Underway in FBI Headquarters Relocation

Federal officials have begun the next phases in the possible relocation of the FBI’s headquarters to Maryland.

New Poll Reveals Tight Maryland Senate Race

New survey of likely Democratic voters in Maryland’s Senate primary shows Chris Van Hollen with a slight lead over Donna Edwards.