The explosion of mobile phones, tablets, laptops, cameras and power tools have at least one thing in common -- they need to be charged. The men credited with developing the lithium-ion battery that powers the devices have been honored in our area.
Corcoran Gallery to be taken over by George Washington University, National Gallery of Art
The Washington region has gone to pot(holes).
Drivers who ignored snow emergency signs and parked their cars anyway during last week's major winter storm may have learned an expensive lesson.
Former District of Columbia mayor Marion Barry has been released from the hospital after his second extended stay this year.
D.C.'s pro women's tackle football team is gearing up for its 14th season -- and one thing is on the mind of the Divas: the championship.
Want your dry-cleaned clothing to have that signature Tide laundry detergent smell? There's a new dry cleaning concept from that household-brand company that can make it happen.
Pepco says it's restored electricity to more than 2,200 Pepco customers in the District.
Obama orders tighter fuel-efficiency standards for delivery truck, says will help environment
Psychological screening ordered for man charged after Metro station banana peel fall suit
Metro: buses to replace trains on sections of the blue and orange lines this weekend
US Botanic Garden opens art exhibit on native plants of mid-Atlantic region
If you've wondered how this winter is stacking up to other years, here's a look at how much snow has fallen in comparison to the top five snowfall years.
New York-based BrightFarms Inc. has signed a partnership with Giant Food to supply produce grown at a 100,000-square-foot greenhouse near Giant's store at 1535 Alabama Ave. SE.
Just when you thought it was already expensive to live, park and eat in the D.C. area, a new study found homebuyers in the D.C. metropolitan area need to have some of the fattest paychecks in the country.
While Olympians are playing ice hockey in Sochi, local athletes are playing an underwater version of the game.
A site called BabyChart.us allows readers to track the popularity of any name from 1880 through 2012, based on data from the Social Security Administration.
DC mayor, CFO to travel to New York for annual pitch to bond rating agencies
Latest snowstorm delays school openings in mid-Atlantic region