National Archives Takes a Look at Lessons Learned from Theft of Thousands of Historic Documents

WASHINGTON, D.C. — A forum at the National Archives about the theft of millions of dollars of historic documents, including many taken from the Maryland Historical Society in Baltimore, looked at the lessons learned so future thefts can be prevented.

Locals Brace for Incoming Snowstorm

Forecasters are predicting the biggest snowfall to hit the Washington-Baltimore area in two years and the rush is on to prepare for what’s to come.

U.S. Supreme Court Hears Arguments Over Maryland DNA Case

WASHINGTON. — The U.S. Supreme Court will decide a Maryland case involving the police and their right to take DNA samples following an arrest.

D.C. College Students Build Solar Decathlon House for a Wounded Warrior

Students from American University, George Washington University and Catholic University have teamed up to build an eco-friendly, solar-powered house for an injured veteran to call home

State Pledges $12.8 Million Grant to Nonprofit Housing Counselors

The award goes toward the Maryland HOPE Counseling Network — 39 nonprofits across the state that aid individuals struggling to pay their mortgages.

Hundreds of Government Employees Rally for ‘Jobs, Not Cuts’

Workers from across the country gathered under the shadow of the U.S. Capitol, demanding that Congress reach a deal on the national budget and avert looming cuts to federal agencies.

Cardin, Mikulski Win Super Bowl Wager Against California Senators

California Sens. Dianne Feinstein and Barbara Boxer paid up at the U.S. Capitol, presenting the Maryland senators with a spread of San Francisco delicacies including Dungeness crabs and sourdough bread.

Standing Against Violence: Clergymen Gather in D.C. in Solidarity against Urban Gun Violence

Clergymen from across the nation gathered in D.C. to call on lawmakers to take action against gun violence in urban neighborhoods.

Bowie Candy Maker Tamarra Thomas Wins Big on Food Network’s Sweet Genius

A Prince George’s County woman proves her talents with candy confections by taking top honors in the Food Network’s reality show, “Sweet Genius.”

Hundreds Pledge to Volunteer at National Day of Service

Visitors to the National Mall on Saturday sat down to make cards for hospitalized children and write valentines to veterans.