A politically connected restaurant owner from Washington’s Chinatown neighborhood and his son have pleaded guilty to making illegal payments to the head of the city’s taxicab commission.
Nearly half of immigrants facing deportation have won their cases in the last year, says study.
A federal judge was set to hear arguments Tuesday on whether Virginia’s ban on gay marriage should be struck down, which is the position the state’s newly elected Democratic attorney general has endorsed in a move that angered many Republican lawmakers.
A federal judge is limiting what former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell and his wife, Maureen, can discuss with friends and family before their trial on corruption charges.
The Insane Clown Posse sued the U.S. Justice Department on Wednesday over a 2011 FBI report that describes the rap-metal duo’s devoted fans, the Juggalos, as a dangerous gang, saying the designation has tarnished reputations and hurt business.
More than a dozen Russian diplomats and their spouses living in New York City have been charged in a $1.5 million fraud of a government health program for the poor.
A Chesterfield County couple challenging Virginia’s gay marriage ban says they believe public opinion is changing in their favor.
Washington Times Wants Federal Court To Force Coast Guard To Return Reporter’s Notes Seized In Gun Investigation
A Washington newspaper has asked a federal judge to force the Coast Guard to return any documents and copies of records it seized from a reporter while searching her home last summer as part of a gun investigation involving her husband.
District of Columbia officials are again asking a judge to uphold gun registration requirements put in place after the U.S. Supreme Court overturned the city’s decades-old ban on handguns in 2008.
A Maryland businessman admitted in federal court Thursday that he was reimbursed for $160,000 in campaign contributions by his boss, who’s at the center of a wide-ranging investigation of political corruption in the District of Columbia.