The $1,000 barrier has been broken: For the first time in history, a D.C. office building has sold for more than a grand a square foot.
DC police chief says department gets more complaints about traffic stops than stop and frisk
D.C. voters will choose a new mayor, a separately elected attorney general and decide whether to legalize small amounts of marijuana.
There's no money for the winners, just the thrill of running.
Police say Farrah Murphy has been found and is safe.
Volunteer search teams work though weekend to find missing 8-year-old girl
Ugochukwu Okunji disappeared Friday night, according to police.
One of the largest marathons in the country takes to the streets in Washington and Arlington this weekend, and that means road closures.
The kid-friendly event took shape Saturday.
There are currently 5 million Americans with the mind-robbing illness.
On Friday, the band played a surprise show at the Black Cat.
DC's Frederick Douglass Memorial Bridge to close for several hours for testing
The National Cherry Blossom Festival is looking for local singers to take part in next year's parade.
Popular ride-sharing company Uber is testing out a concept called "Uber Pool," which could come to D.C.
Early voting to begin at 8 DC neighborhood sites as residents choose new mayor
Florida woman donates collection of about 100 orchids to Smithsonian Institution for care
White House fence jumper held without bond, dad says he's 'mentally disturbed,' not violent
The brave new world of raising business capital has taken root in the District better than anywhere else in the country.
The D.C. Department of Transportation (DDOT) had hoped to build a 22-mile streetcar network connecting all parts of the District, but now the agency admits that will not happen in the next 10 years.
Newseum to feature Ben Bradlee's history in journalism with special program
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