Democratic presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders said in a tweet this week he's willing to meet with civil rights activist DeRay McKesson and others to discuss his platform for racial equality.
Standing out in the bloated field of Republican presidential hopefuls is tough, but retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson did just that Thursday night during the first GOP debate in Cleveland.
The schedule for Maryland Lt. Gov. Boyd Rutherford has been a bit hectic during his first six months as the state's second-highest public official.
Philadelphia Rep. Chaka Fattah was indicted Wednesday in a racketeering and conspiracy case in which he is accused of misappropriating hundreds of thousands of dollars in federal, charitable and campaign monies.
Alvin Thornton, who's credited with creating a formula that increased public education funding throughout Maryland, formally announced his bid for Congress Tuesday night at the Glenarden Municipal Center in Glenarden.
Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson won the DC Republican Party straw poll on Monday.
For former D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray, life must be a little like living in the Twilight Zone.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie said Tuesday that he will run for president in 2016, joining an ever-growing field for the GOP nomination.
On the heels of an historic week for Democrats with the Affordable Care Act and the constitutionality of same-sex marriages becoming the law of the land, presidential candidate Hillary Clinton's campaign rolled into Northern Virginia for an evening rally hosted ...
Hillary Clinton has added a veteran political pollster from her husband's 1996 re-election campaign to her team of strategists, BuzzFeed reported Monday.
Donald Trump, who has toyed with the idea of running for president for years, announced Tuesday that he'll enter the ever-growing field for the GOP presidential nomination, vowing to be the "greatest jobs president that God ever created."
D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser and the city council scored a important victory Wednesday in the ongoing fight over the District's budget autonomy referendum, as the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit ruled to dismiss an appeal that questioned ...
Boosted by ebullient cheers, chants and sustained applause from a standing-room only crowd of friends, family and well-wishers, Brandon Todd and LaRuby May recently took their places on the D.C. Council.
LaRuby May and her supporters are basking in the glow of a tough, hard-won battle that earned May the right to succeed legendary Ward 8 champion, former Mayor Marion S. Barry.
LaRuby May, the Ward 8 candidate who stockpiled a massive war chest and who benefited from the support and campaign apparatus of D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser, appears to have won the city council seat by a razor-thin margin.