Demonstrators Optimistic that Supreme Court Will Repeal DOMA

Chants calling for equality rang out across the front steps of the Supreme Court Wednesday, as marriage equality supporters gathered to wave American flags and carry colorful signs while the court inside heard a challenge to the Defense of Marriage Act.

Student CSI: Metro Area Students Prepare for Jobs in Forensic Science

Students from throughout the metropolitan Washington area tried their hand at solving crime and found it’s much different than what’s portrayed by television crime scene investigators.

Gas Tax Changes in Maryland and Virginia Could Affect Where Commuters Buy their Gas

A gas tax repeal in Virginia or an increase in Maryland could make Maryland to Virginia commuters fill up near work, instead of near home.

DC, Virginia Continue to Spurn Gaming, As Casino Numbers Explode

Neither Virginia nor the District of Columbia has any intention of following Maryland by opening an actual casino.

Warrior Challenge- Wounded veterans compete for charity

VIENNA- The high-intensity CrossFit workout has been helping wounded veterans to get back on their feet after their injuries. This past Veteran’s Day weekend, those athletes showed just how far they have come. Twenty-three wounded warriors competed at an area gym to be the winner of the inaugural VFW sponsored “Working Wounded Games.”

Title Game Rematch: #9 Maryland Men’s Lacrosse Hosts #2 Virginia

The #9 Maryland Terrapins (5-2, 1-1 ACC) host the #2 Virginia Cavaliers (8-1) in the first meeting since the 2011 National Championship game and the Terps regular season conference finale.

Reagan’s Legacy Lives on in New Statue at National Airport

A statue of Ronald Reagan was unveiled in front of Reagan National Airport as part of the Ronald Reagan Centennial Celebration Tuesday.