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Housing prices have increased by at least 1 percent, says John McClain, deputy director of George Mason University's Center for Regional Analysis, who specializes in housing.
Maneuvering by lawmakers during Virginia's redistricting process is unlikely to create much of a shift in Congress and Richmond.
Host Mark Amtower is joined by Dr. Roy Hinton, Associate Dean for the School of Management at George Mason University, and Louis Numkin, lifetime member and former board member of the Federal Information Systems Security Educators Association (FISSEA).
February 21, 2011
When looking at which programs to cut, ask yourself what the results and what have the costs been. That from an expert on the art and science of regulations, the Mercatus Center's Jerry Ellig.
Time is money, and a new report says some major transportation investments could save area residents both.
Can you carry a gun in a bar and then drink? Can colleges prohibit guns on campus? Both questions will be part of the debate in Richmond this week.
A Virginia legislator is trying to change the rules on state college admissions, which many parents say favors out-of-state students.
As Maryland sees its largest decline ever in residential property assessments, a well-known local economist says the Washington area's housing slump is nearly over.
Driver know they should slow down when the weather is bad and road conditions are dicey, but sometimes they don't know how slow or fast they should travel to be safe.
While the recommendations from the National Commission on Fiscal Responsibility and Reform didn't pass, we may not have seen the end of them. Jason Fichtner, senior research fellow with the Mercatus Center at George Mason University, joins us with more.