DC mayor to cut ribbon on new playground at recreation center that's hosting early voting
Ask any bike commuter, and they'll tell you: D.C.'s bike lanes are not always a refuge from truck and automobile traffic.
The debate among the four top Democratic candidates for D.C. mayor on Wednesday night got heated at times, particularly when the recent scandal involving businessman Jeffrey Thompson came up.
Fifty-five puppies are looking for new homes in the D.C. area after they were rescued from an Arkansas breeding mill.
The Washington Nationals franchise is now worth $700 million, an 11 percent increase from last year.
John Coltrane's tenor saxophone joins jazz collection at Smithsonian in DC
The Smithsonian's National Air and Space Museum has been evacuated after police received a call about a suspicious package.
District of Columbia Mayor Vincent Gray wants to build a new, $300 million hospital to replace the city-owned hospital east of the Anacostia River.
You think it's bad in D.C.? It is — but it's far worse in other U.S. cities.
Federal prosecutors appealed a judge's order that would release from jail Georgetown University student Daniel Milzman, who is accused of making ricin toxin in his dorm room.
Whole Foods Markets announced Wednesday it will open a monthly pop-up shop at the Gateway Pavilion on the east campus of St. Elizabeths Hospital.
US Park Police: Dead birds, goat found in Rock Creek Park may have been killed in ritual
Mid-Atlantic transportation officials urge caution on roads a day after spring snowstorm
Local baker Teeny Lamothe took to the road for a year to apprentice with some of the country's best pie makers. Her new book chronicles her journey.
D.C.'s famed cherry blossom trees are stronger than spring time snow and cold snaps.
A free college education is rare, but eight D.C. high school seniors learned Tuesday their hard work paid off big time.
Park police and animal control found a number of dead animals, including a handful of chickens and a small goat, in Northwest D.C. on Tuesday.
Nearly a month after she was last seen, there is no sign of eight- year-old Relisha Rudd. But police released a new video on Tuesday that shows her in D.C. shortly after the previous last-known sighting of her.
A judge ordered the 19-year-old accused of making a deadly ricin toxin be released to home confinement for immediate admittance to a psychiatric hospital on Tuesday, then agreed to stay the ruling for 24 hours upon prosecutors' request.
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