Capital Bikeshare program runs out of member keys amid growth, faces equipment shortage
Now in its 10th year, the DC Jazz Festival has brought the world's best musicians to the nation's capital. Organizers have ambitious plans for this year's multi-day event, which begins this week.
DC advocates vow to fight possible amendment blocking city from decriminalizing pot
Independence Day is nine days away, but for those heading to the National Mall to watch the fireworks, it's not too early to plan.
Despite opposition from operators of health clubs and personal trainers, the D.C. Council approved a plan that would extend the city's sale tax to gym memberships, dance and yoga classes and personal training.
Obama says US should join the rest of the industrialized world and offer paid family leave
Did President Barack Obama abuse his executive power?
The income disparity between the rich and poor in D.C. is growing and the divide is worse when compared to the nation as a whole.
Retired DC police detective who founded 2 unions pleads guilty to defrauding both
About 48 million adults in the U.S., and 90,000 in D.C., read below a fifth-grade level. But for eight local adults, that's no longer the case.
It took longer than some expected — and sold for less than listed — but the historic Patterson Mansion by Dupont Circle has finally changed hands.
Jury rejects complaint in police discrimination case
The Washington Project for the Arts has signed on to be part of The JBG Cos.' Atlantic Plumbing redevelopment at Eighth and V streets NW, a significant addition to a block of space the Chevy Chase developer hopes to establish as an enclave for artist studios.
District Taco, the growing taco chain that started from a single taco cart, will next tackle Alexandria.
National Zoo to debut 3 new Asian elephants for total of 7 in herd on view in DC
The Washington Navy Yard paused Monday to remember individuals and groups that stood out as heroes during the recent mass shooting.
Looking for an irresistibly cute puppy? Then look no further than Gupper, the 4-month-old setter mix.
AAA: Md. drivers paying $3.67 per gallon for gas, up 4 cents; DC drivers paying $3.89
Critics say it raises serious privacy issues.
The downward dog is set to get more pricey, unless a last-minute alternative gains some traction in D.C.
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