DC police: DNA recovered from woman killed in 1984 matches that of suspect charged in death
A job fair Thursday in the District will feature more than a dozen major companies, including Bank of America, Comcast, area grocery stores and Metro.
Identity theft is a growing concern for a group that might not seem likely: Teenagers.
The Marine Corps veteran and activist accused of openly carrying a shotgun in D.C.'s Freedom Plaza has pleaded guilty to drug and weapons charges.
The long rumored H Street NE Whole Foods location is a rumor no more. The grocer has signed a lease to occupy a 38,000-square-foot space at 600 H St. NE. It is the second D.C. lease Whole Foods has signed in two weeks, the first being WC Smith's 800 New Jersey Ave. SE.
How much household income do you need to qualify for a mortgage to buy a median-priced home in the Washington area?
D.C. Councilman Vincent Orange wants to see a 100,000-seat stadium for the Washington Redskins.
DC government to pay up to $6.2M to resolve inmate lawsuit
Osteoporosis is an overlooked problem and under-diagnosed condition, which is becoming an important public health concern as the population ages.
DC police say Va. man arrested in 1984 sexual assault, killing of woman
It's good news for fans of H Street NE ramen restaurant Toki Underground.
By 10-0 vote, DC Council approves resolution calling on Washington Redskins to change nickname
Virginia may be known as "the birthplace of a nation" and produced eight United States presidents, but the state is drawing scorn from a member of D.C. Council.
DC again asks judge to uphold gun laws put in place after 2008 Supreme Court decision
DeWitt confirmed unanimously by DC Council as new CFO; could start as early as next month
National Zoo asks public to vote to name female giant panda cub; naming ceremony set Dec. 1
The D.C. City Council has approved a resolution honoring Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III, but not before registering its disfavor with the team name.
If D.C. Councilmember Kenyan McDuffie has his way, individuals under the age of 21 will not be able to buy or possess cigarettes and other tobacco products in the District.
WWII veterans in town to see their memorial are meeting with D.C. middle school students as part of their trip.
The search for after-school activities and kids' camps can be time-consuming and frustrating. Activity Rocket lets a parent type a child's age, location, and area of interest and quickly search for options.