Frederick Douglass statue to be unveiled by Speaker Boehner at Capitol Visitor Center
WTOP Film Critic Jason Fraley previews AFI DOCS, which runs from June 19 to June 23.
While the number of American shad is at a historic low in some areas, the fish that migrate from the ocean to fresh water to spawn every year are making a slow recovery in the Potomac River.
A years-long food fight has finally simmered down, and food trucks are here to stay.
Metro: 'technical glitch' prevented students from using special Metro passes
Two men have been shot -- and one is dead -- in what appears to be an attempted murder-suicide in Northwest, according to the Metropolitan Police Department.
A Maryland man who police say wielded a Taser in the assault of a Northwest D.C. woman earlier this month has been found dead in his jail cell.
A 21-year-old man is in stable condition after he was found at the base of an escalator at the Dupont Circle Metro station early Tuesday morning.
Lawyer for US Department of Labor accused in home invasion dies in DC Jail
Norton's office: 'no further information' on what DC delegate will do with Thompson money
Metro officials say they're investigating reports of problems with the emergency call system on a Red Line train after a fight broke out.
Metro: weekend work will impact the red and orange lines; 3 other lines have no work scheduled
6 DC police department employees to be honored at awards ceremony at Arena Stage
Cedar Executive Chef Aaron McCloud picks his restaurant's produce from the rooftop garden he created on top of the building at 8th and E streets in Penn Quarter.
What may seem like a nuisance to you might be a part of an efficient larger pattern.
A major employer in the Washington area tops the list of "Best Employers for Workers over 50."
D.C.-owned vacant lot in the heart of the U Street corridor is in line for a temporary upgrade as a weekend farmers market.
Metro will halt track work and add extra trains to handle the estimated 500,000 riders this July 4.