VIA WASHINGTON POST: EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. The Washington Football Team got preliminary answers to their big offseason questions Sunday in Giants Stadium. Unfortunately for them, the preliminary answers all were “no.” Or, at best, “not yet.” Has Jason Campbell improved dramatically in Jim Zorn’s West Coast offense? Has Albert Haynesworth transformed the Washington Football Team's […]

VIA CNN: WASHINGTON (CNN) — Virginia prosecutors are asking a state court to set a November 9 execution date for John Allen Muhammad, convicted in a series of sniper-style shootings that terrorized the Washington area in 2002. In a letter dated Wednesday, Senior Assistant Attorney General Katherine B. Burnett said the November date “has been […]

VIA WJLA: Police say they are on the scene of multiple bus accident that has temporarily shut down Good Hope Rd. on Friday. The accident occurred when a charter bus rear ended a Metrobus in Southeast, authorities said. There were passengers on board each of the buses at the time of the accident. In total, police […]

VIA MYFOXDC: CAPITOL HEIGHTS, Md. – A Prince George’s County fire official says hazardous materials crews are on the scene of an explosion at a commercial warehouse in Capitol Heights. Police officers and firefighters responding to an alarm at the warehouse in the 9200 block of Hampton Overlook around 11:15 p.m. Thursday found a large […]

VIA WASHINGTON POST: The District is poised once again to become the battleground for a divisive social issue as the D.C. Council moves a step closer to legalizing same-sex marriage, an action that could force Congress and White House to take sides in the debate. After months of buildup and behind-the-scenes lobbying, a bill by […]

VIA WASHINGTON POST: President Obama is marking his first anniversary of the Sept. 11th terrorist attacks since his election with a national call to public service, a wreath-laying and a solemn moment of silence. The president and first lady Michelle Obama gathered with about 200 White House staffers on the South Lawn at 8:46 a.m. […]

VIA WASHINGTON POST: Enrollment in D.C. public schools topped 44,000 Wednesday, bringing it within a few hundred students of administrators’ target for the 2009-10 academic year, Schools Chancellor Michelle A. Rhee’s office reported. Jennifer Calloway, Rhee’s spokeswoman, said enrollment in the system’s 127 schools stood at 44,397, a significant increase from the 37,000 students registered […]

VIA WASHINGTON POST: The sexual assault conviction of a well-known civil rights leader is about to be erased from the books because of a little-known aspect of criminal law — and the man’s death. The man is James L. Bevel, a 71-year-old former Loudoun County resident. He died last December, two months after a judge […]

Are you ready for some football? Check out the home team’s entire schedule right here and let us know how much you love the Washington Washington Football Team in the comments section. Sep. 13, 2009 at N.Y. Giants 4:15 p.m Fox Sep. 20, 2009 St. Louis 1:00 p.m Fox Sep. 27, 2009 at Detroit 1:00 […]

VIA WJLA: Prince George’s County health officials are recommending that residents bat-proof their homes after a number of rabid bats have been found. Authorities say nine bats have tested positive for rabies since August 1. One person who came in contact with one has been treated for rabies. The sudden rise in rabid bats in […]