Obama, Daughters Back in D.C. After Hawaii VacationThe 15-day Hawaiian holiday vacation is over for President Barack Obama and daughters Sasha and Malia.
113th Congress: Least Popular and Least ProductiveLawmakers passed a mere 55 substantive bills in its first year.
D.C. Customers Can Get Insurance After Deadline District of Columbia residents who miss Monday's deadline to enroll in health plans through the city's insurance exchange will still have an opportunity to obtain coverage effective Jan. 1, the director of the health exchange said.
Senate Approves Budget Deal, Goes To President Next For ApprovalA budget spending plan has been approved by the Senate and is awaiting the signature of President Barack Obama for final approval.
Politics Color Governors' Decisions On Medicaid Partisan politics are coloring governors' decisions about whether to expand Medicaid in their states, affecting billions of dollars and thousands of low-income people.
President Obama Cites Newtown Anniversary In Call For Change On the anniversary of the massacre of 20 children and six school workers in Newtown, Conn., President Barack Obama says the nation hasn't done enough to make its communities safer.
Baltimore/Washington MARC Service Begins SaturdayThe MARC commuter train between Baltimore and Washington will run on Saturdays and Sundays beginning Saturday.
Report: TSA Behavioral Screening Program Deeply Flawed
San Francisco Chronicle To Stop Using 'Redskins'The San Francisco Chronicle has joined a growing list of publications that will no longer use the term "Redskins" when referring to Washington's NFL team.
House OKs Bill To Delay Financial Advice Rules Ignoring a White House veto threat, the House voted on Tuesday for a bill that would delay rules for brokers who provide financial advice to retirees.
Poll: Majority Of Americans In Favor Of Legalizing MarijuanaFor the first time in history, a clear majority of Americans are in favor of legalizing marijuana a new poll shows.
Former Informant Suing US For Abandoning Her A former confidential informant working for the United States in Colombia claims in a lawsuit that the U.S. government abandoned her when she got into legal trouble for her undercover operations, and she wound up spending three years in a Colombian jail.
Shutdown Showdown Widened GOP-Tea Party Rift The Republicans' clear defeat in the budget-debt brawl has widened the rift between the Grand Old Party and the blossoming tea party movement that helped revive it.
For Native American Tribes Shutdown's Effects Could LingerDisruptions to some services for elderly American Indians and other needy residents of reservations could linger despite the end of the government shutdown, tribal officials said Thursday.
Visitors Flock To DC Sites Again After Shutdown Visitors lined up waiting for Washington's museums to finally reopen Thursday after a 16-day government shutdown that has cost each site money in lost gift store sales, theater tickets and concessions.