Prince Harry highlighting wounded vets on first US visit since his Las Vegas shenanigans
4 reputed members of DC gang sentenced to prison; 2 others await sentencing later this month
Despite an $11 million makeover, the centerpiece of Columbus Circle remains in a state of disrepair.
National Aquarium in DC to close, move 1,500 animals to Baltimore, other facilities
A local top judge is speaking out about the day his staff defied his orders -- and saved his brain.
Six reputed members of a criminal street gang in the District of Columbia are being sentenced for a series of assaults.
Lawsuit over closure of 15 public schools in Washington heads to court
DC lawyer sentenced for stealing $100K from clients' disability, person injury settlements
The D.C. area is host to numerous free concerts during the summer months. WTOP has a list of some of the weekend's best.
An accident involving a Metropolitan Police Department cruiser sent two D.C. police officers to the hospital Thursday night.
A man from France has been sentenced to more than 6 years in prison for traveling to the U.S. to have sex with an under-aged child.
Dr. Robert Dickey, 73, was arrested Wednesday at his office, which is inside his home in Southeast.
Washington Redskins owner Dan Snyder expressed a strong opinion when USA TODAYasked if he'd consider changing the team's name.
Newest 'American Idol' to perform national anthem for Memorial Day concert at US Capitol
The D.C. Council's economic development committee voted Thursday to strip millions of dollars from a major Capitol Riverfront project in favor of three projects in the committee chair's ward.
D.C. police are searching for a missing 14-year-old girl last seen more than two weeks ago in the Cathedral Heights neighborhood.
The Washington Times reports that immigrants are being deported from DC at a lower rate than most states and big cities.
The Washington Times has certainly gone through some changes over the years. The latest: It's going to be a school — or at least the paper's old headquarters will be.
In April 2010, a small Washington, D.C., restaurant chain staged a concert for 700 people in front of its Dupont Circle location. On Saturday, the same chain expects to stuff the mighty Merriweather Post Pavilion with 20,000 strong.