More than 30 million plan to hit the roads Memorial Day weekend.
This weekend includes several musical tributes for Memorial Day, from country superstar Kenny Chesney to the National Symphony Orchestra.
DC police announce arrests of 4 suspected in drive-by shooting that injured 13 people
Top Boy Scout official in DC area voices support for lifting ban on gay boys
D.C. is not a bad place to live for city dwellers who on occasion yearn for the outdoors.
Two southbound lanes of 14th Street NW have now reopened to traffic.
The fifth annual "potholepalooza" was a success in D.C. with nearly 4,000 potholes getting filled over the last month.
Hospital chain MedStar Health is expanding its network of walk-in clinics, announcing plans for two more urgent care clinics not previously disclosed.
Members of the 3rd U.S. Infantry Regiment, the Army's official ceremonial unit, Thursday placed flags before the graves and niches of all service members buried at both Arlington and the U.S. Soldier's and Airmen's Home National Cemetery.
Even as thousands flock to the D.C. area to observe Memorial Day, police presence in the region is being scaled back: Sequester cuts are forcing furloughs in the U.S. Park Police and other agencies.
The D.C. Tax Revision Commission will hold a public hearing next month to receive public testimony on how to make the District’s tax code more fair and more competitive.
When stacked against states, no state comes close to long-term appreciation of home values in the District, where prices have nearly tripled in the last 22 years.
A former elementary school teacher who was on the FBI's list of most wanted fugitives is due in federal court on a child pornography charge.
D.C. officials say 911 call takers in the city will receive retraining following an incident in which a woman reporting an attempted robbery says she was hung up on and reached a recorded message.
D.C. police are looking for a robber who shocked his victim with a stun gun in Georgetown.
Prospects appear strong that the nation's capital will hire more ticket writers in the fall.
Almost 200,000 African Americans served in the Union army during the Civil War. Now, two of them have received special honors because of their connection to first lady Michelle Obama.
District officials spent part of their time at the annual Global Retail Real Estate Convention in Las Vegas this week trying to line up retailers for a pop-up event at the St. Elizabeths site this fall.
A female Asian elephant named Bozie had a rough night in March: her only companion passed away.
Proton-beam therapy for cancer patients would greatly enhance Sibley Memorial Hospital's financial position if approved by D.C. regulators, generating nearly 80 percent of the entire hospital's income by its second year of operation, according to financial projections.