A program that provided extended unemployment benefits to out-of-work Virginians will end Saturday
A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit filed by a Maryland lawmaker and other plaintiffs which said Gov. Larry Hoganâ€™s executive orders regarding the COVID-19 pandemic were unconstitutional
COVID-19 numbers continue to paint a dire picture for Black Americans, and there is an ongoing effort in the Black community to increase testing. Despite representing only 13% of the U.S. population, Black people account for almost 20% of deaths across the country. â€œWeâ€™re having the worst health outcomes than the other ethnic groups,â€ said Beatrice Miller, co-chair of African…
The Metro board voted Thursday to close a budget gap by changing how often trains run. Starting in mid-February, the length of time riders will have to wait for a train will get longer. The Red Line will still run the most frequently â€“ every six minutes on weekdays and every 12 minutes on weekends. All other lines see their…
The producers of one of the nationâ€™s largest gun shows have canceled the event after losing a legal challenge to newly imposed pandemic restrictions in Virginia
A sitting priest is among the four accusers in a new sexual abuse lawsuit filed against the Vatican this week.
The transit agency is facing a $176 million shortfall because of fare revenue losses from the pandemic.
The greater Washington region reported more than 5,000 new coronavirus infections Thursday, a record for a single day.