Washington

Now located in the Ronald Reagan Building near the White House and the U.S. Capitol, the CNS Washington bureau has more reporters dedicated to covering the federal government’s impact on Maryland than any other news organization in the state.

Tied for NFC East Lead After First Quarter of Season, What Are Washington’s Playoff Chances?

At 2-2, Washington is tied for first place in the NFC-East. How has early-season success improved Washington’s chances?

New-Look Capitals Hope to Bring Washington Its First Major Sports Title in 24 Years

The Washington Capitals open up their 2015-2016 season on Saturday night. Might they be the team to end D.C.’s title drought?

Race to Fill Van Hollen’s Seat Heating Up

A seventh candidate entered the crowded race for Maryland’s 8th congressional district Monday, as the contest to replace Rep. Chris Van Hollen, D-Kensington, in the Montgomery County-based House seat continues to heat up.

Are the 2015 Nationals the Most Disappointing Team in Baseball?

Were the Washington Nationals the most disappointing team in baseball in 2015? It boils down to more than just numbers.

House Democrats Demand Documents From Planned Parenthood Video Producers

Democratic members of a House oversight panel sent a letter Tuesday to Chairman Jason Chaffetz, R-Utah, requesting him to direct the anti-abortion activist who secretly recorded Planned Parenthood to turn over documents related to his videos.

Amid Storms, Hurricane, Maryland Prepares for Flooding

Though Gov. Larry Hogan canceled the state of emergency in eight counties, Maryland is still preparing for heavy rain and flooding.

New Superbug Infection Spikes Worry Nursing Homes, CDC

Nursing homes urged to stop over-prescribing antibiotics.

Congress, Advocates Call for Post-Prison Job Reforms

Bipartisan group of lawmakers aims to help former inmates find federal work.

Van Hollen and Edwards Battle for Endorsements as Senate Race Heats Up

Rep. Van Hollen has more money and more endorsements, but Rep. Edwards leads the polling. An update on Maryland’s 2016 race for U.S. Senate.

Answering Clinton and Sanders Fundraising Bounty, O’Malley Pushes Reform Plan

Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders used the third-quarter filing deadline as a chance to release their multi-million dollar fundraising hauls as O’Malley pitched a plan to take big money out of politics.