American history museum adds LGBT history to collection, including items from 'Will and Grace'
They say money doesn't grow on trees, but some chefs around D.C. are finding some of it growing on tomato plants.
Supervalu Inc. has not said how many consumers were affected by a recent credit card data breach, but one security expert believes the number of credit card accounts involved could be "in the millions."
Bethesda-based Honest Tea Inc. just concluded its month-long social experiment to see how honest people are, and D.C. residents passed the test with flying colors.
The Nationals' first baseman will be recognized for his efforts with the military before Tuesday night's game against Arizona.
JetBlue Airways Corp., one of several airlines expanding at Reagan National Airport thanks to slot divestitures of the newly merged American Airlines and US Airways, will add twice daily service from Reagan National to Jacksonville, Florida.
Peter Chang, the chef whose Virginia restaurants serve some of the most sought-after Chinese food on the East Coast, is making his way into the D.C. region
Uber has launched a new service to deliver items ranging from candy to condoms in parts of Washington, D.C.
Transportation Security Administration workers will be trained on how to recognize District driver's licenses and identification cards.
Metro: weekend work to impact orange and red lines
Its colors may be red, white and blue, but American University is getting nationwide recognition for being green.
After seeing Humvees, tanks and police armed with military-grade equipment in the small town of Ferguson, Missouri, the Attorney General is calling for a Department of Justice investigation into the programs which provide the items to local police departments, including D.C. police.
Looks like Georgetown may soon be saying goodbye to "the friendliest bar in town." Mr. Smith's, the longtime M Street watering hole known for its daily piano sing-alongs, will close at the end of the month.
High school hallways can sometimes feel like a labyrinth of discomfort. One 15-year-old escapes into the fantasy role playing game Dungeons & Dragons in "She Kills Monsters."
The project will offer "small-unit" (SB-Urban does not use the term "micro") furnished rental apartments "with distinctive shared living spaces for people who live a very urban and career-prioritized lifestyle."
D.C. Beer Week is here and ready to provide an entirely different kind of hangover.
Poor Flint! This wonderful 8-month-old Lab mix arrived from Mississippi two months ago, and he keeps getting overlooked by prospective adopters.
Auto thefts saw major declines in the D.C. area in 2013, but AAA says it's no reason for drivers to let their guards down in the summer when most vehicle thefts occur.
Police are investigating the death of a toddler who was found dead after a police chase and shootout in Prince George's County Saturday.
It's not only a game, but a learning tool as well.
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