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Boston's Longest Serving Mayor Tom Menino Dies
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Boston's Longest Serving Mayor Tom Menino Dies

Former Boston Mayor Tom Menino has died at age 71. Menino, the city's longest serving mayor, was diagnosed with cancer about a month after leaving office in January. A spokesperson confirmed his death in a statement. Read »

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D.C. Council to Weigh Legal Sale of Marijuana

D.C. Council to Weigh Legal Sale of Marijuana

With District of Columbia residents poised to legalize possession of marijuana, the Read »

Oct 30, 2014
Hillary Clinton, First Lady to Stump for Brown

Hillary Clinton, First Lady to Stump for Brown

Hillary Rodham Clinton is coming to Maryland to rally for Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown's bid for governor. Read »

6 hours ago
D.C. Elections Chief Projecting 40 Percent Turnout

D.C. Elections Chief Projecting 40 Percent Turnout

The executive director of the District of Columbia Board of Elections is projecting 40 percent turnout for... Read »

Oct 29, 2014
Voters Express Frustration on Upcoming Midterm Elections

Voters Express Frustration on Upcoming Midterm Elections

NBC Senior Political Editor Mark Murray shares his insight on the upcoming elections, including voter... Watch »

Oct 29, 2014
Sherwood's Notebook: Vote, Vote, Vote

Sherwood's Notebook: Vote, Vote, Vote

Welcome to the most interesting general election our city has seen in 20 years. Read »

Oct 29, 2014
Candidates For Md. Governor React To

Candidates For Md. Governor React To "Vote Flipping" In Early Voting

News 4's Mark Segraves reports on Maryland's race for governor and complaints of “vote flipping” in several counties... Watch »

Oct 28, 2014
Gov. Christie Campaigns for Hogan

Gov. Christie Campaigns for Hogan

NBC Senior Political Editor Mark Murray discusses New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's support for Larry... Watch »

Oct 28, 2014
GOP's Gillespie Needles Warner in Pro-Redskins Ad

GOP's Gillespie Needles Warner in Pro-Redskins Ad

Republican Senate challenger Ed Gillespie is needling Democratic Sen. Mark Warner for not being an advocate for the... Read »

Oct 28, 2014
Uber, Lyft Can Continue Operating in D.C., Council Votes

Uber, Lyft Can Continue Operating in D.C., Council Votes

Hundreds of D.C. taxi drivers descended on Freedom Plaza on Tuesday to demand that car services like Uber be held to... Watch »

Oct 28, 2014
Maryland Ballot Questions Can Be Puzzling

Maryland Ballot Questions Can Be Puzzling

Statewide ballot questions in Maryland can be head-scratchers, not just because of occasionally confusing... Read »

Oct 28, 2014
Medical Marijuana Panel May Vote on Regulations

Medical Marijuana Panel May Vote on Regulations

A Maryland panel could begin voting on regulations to make medical marijuana available in Maryland. Read »

Oct 28, 2014
D.C. Council to Consider New Inspector General

D.C. Council to Consider New Inspector General

The D.C. Council will consider whether to approve a new inspector general. Read »

Oct 28, 2014
Candidates Showcase Differences in Mass. Gov. Debate

Candidates Showcase Differences in Mass. Gov. Debate

On Monday, Republican Charlie Baker and Democrat Martha Coakley showcased their differences in the... Watch »

Oct 28, 2014
Absentee Voting in Virginia Ends This Week

Absentee Voting in Virginia Ends This Week

Time is running out for Virginia voters to cast absentee ballots for the Nov. 4 general election. Read »

Oct 27, 2014
Countdown to Midterm Elections

Countdown to Midterm Elections

NBC political writer Carrie Dann tells you how things are shaping up only eight days before elections. Watch »

Oct 27, 2014
Jeb Bush Still Hasn't Made Decision on 2016

Jeb Bush Still Hasn't Made Decision on 2016

Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush still "has not made a decision" about whether he'll run for president in 2016,... Read »

Oct 27, 2014
Foust, Comstock Square Off in Congressional Debate

Foust, Comstock Square Off in Congressional Debate

Republican Barbara Comstock and Democrat John Foust battled Sunday in their final debate over who would take... Read »

Oct 27, 2014
D.C. Chief: Not Many Complaints Over

D.C. Chief: Not Many Complaints Over "Stop-and-Frisk"

D.C. Police Chief Cathy Lanier said Monday that her department gets more complaints about officers... Watch »

Oct 27, 2014
Early Voting to Begin at Locations Around DC

Early Voting to Begin at Locations Around DC

Nine neighborhood-based early voting sites open on Saturday. District of Columbia residents will be able to... Read »

Oct 25, 2014
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