WTOP Film Critic Jason Fraley looks back at the career of Steven Spielberg, who will be honored Tuesday at the National Archives.
D.C. will rock this weekend.
After three major problems on the Metro's Red Line in just the last week led to rush hour delays, Metro's general manager Thursday apologized to riders and promised that service would improve.
City officials to open refurbished playground, 20th space renovated under 'Play DC' effort
Ex-police officer convicted of sexually abusing girl who was member of choir he directed
The Washington, D.C., female high school football coach whose hiring was celebrated with much fanfare has resigned after four seasons.
Settlement in lawsuit over DC's former prisoner release law gets preliminary approval
The District of Columbia's attorney general wants a federal judge to decide whether federal prosecutors can examine documents relating to a $7.5 million settlement between the district and its former Medicaid contractor.
A stretch of Canal Road in the District will be closed from Nov. 19 to 21 for midday shoulder and curb work.
Landscape group calls for care of sites designed by Dan Kiley, plans exhibit in Boston, DC
You may have a gripe or two with your boss, but a new survey says your boss may have some gripes of his own about your performance.
Metro riders experienced yet another morning of delays Thursday.
Just one year after opening the food market building at 1309 5th Street in Northeast, Union Market is ready to expand.
MedStar Washington Hospital Center is laying off hundreds of workers, citing financial pressures.
The Iron Gate's shell, along with its signature tucked-away feel, are still there, but much will be changed when the next incarnation of the Dupont Circle restaurant opens its doors next week.
Metro: no yellow line service this weekend, buses to replace trains on part of green line
Iowa man in DC sentenced for possession of child pornography
Arturo Sandoval, Train to perform at National Christmas Tree lighting near White House
Union criticizes Capitol Police management for response to Navy Yard shooting
Employees of D.C. area Giant food stores could strike in the coming weeks if the United Food & Commercial Workers Local 400 don't reach an agreement on a new contract with the Landover, Md.-based grocer.