Hundreds rally in protest of Redskins' name ahead of game against Minnesota Vikings
For the first time in 80 years, scientists are posting equipment at the peak of the Washington Monument to measure the obelisk's height.
Surveyors checking height of Washington Monument; first survey of its kind since 1999
Landmark Theatres, the owner of the E Street Cinema in downtown D.C. and the Bethesda Row Cinema in Bethesda, will bring a 10-screen movie theater to the District's NoMa neighborhood.
Decades-old styrofoam continues to blight the Anacostia River and now the District is considering a ban on the ubiquitous foamy plastic.
It's a tough job for teachers to make science fun, so when a teacher at St. Johns College High School drew his kids attention by spinning a basketball on a pen -- one of them took a video and shared it online.
Education secretary hails DC school leaders for improvement on Nation's Report Card
A track problem caused delays on the Metro's Red Line Thursday morning.
Man who robbed pair outside Logan Circle pizza restaurant gets more than 3 years in prison
Upscale food retailer Dean & DeLuca will begin selling fresh doughnuts from Astro Doughnuts & Fried Chicken.
An AP physics teacher in D.C. has taken grading to another level.
For more than a decade, Lloyd Wolf has driven to death shrines in D.C., Maryland and Virginia. He has met family members and neighbors of these victims, and snapped photos of their tributes to the people they have lost.
Police say they've arrested a man allegedly involved in a Northeast D.C. shooting that left four people injured Wednesday.
The CIA is paying AT&T $10 million a year for records of phone calls placed on its vast network overseas -- even if one end of a conversation happens in the U.S., according to The New York Times.
The Naval Criminal Investigative Service will perform an internal review to determine whether its officers are adequately equipped and trained for emergencies like the September massacre at the Washington Navy Yard.
Robert Okun, former federal prosecutor, to be sworn in as DC Superior Court judge
US Holocaust Museum highlights plight of Myanmar's downtrodden Rohingya Muslims
The National Zoo's Sumatran tiger cubs took a brisk swim on Wednesday morning and passed their "swim reliability test."
Four people were shot Wednesday afternoon in Northeast D.C., police say.
Metro says it has completed 20 of the 29 recommendations the National Transportation Safety Board made following the 2009 crash of two red line trains that resulted in the deaths of nine people.