Judge sides with US government, Army in document dispute involving Bradley Manning case
Brittany Norwood, convicted of the March 2011 murder of co-worker Jayna Murray in the Bethesda Lululemon Athletica shop, was likely also working as a prostitute, according to a new book by journalist Peter Ross Range.
Law enforcement officials corral escaped cows along Md. interstate
Virginia authorities search for inmate who escaped while on work-release job
Man charged with poking holes in meat packages, hiding chicken in grocery so it would spoil
Naval Academy charges 3 midshipmen with sexual assault; all played on football team
Metropolitan police are searching for a man who allegedly stabbed or slashed four women in Northwest D.C. over a two-month period.
Teams from the Naval Academy and colleges across the country have built science experiments that will be loaded into a rocket and launched from NASA's Wallops Flight Facility.
Roads board OKs $17 billion in spending over 6 years; $6 billion from 2013 transportation law
Shaka Smart content building VCU's hoop profile despite annual interest from other schools,
Navy holding Article 32 hearing in Va on deaths of 2 divers at Md pond
Emergency intercoms on Metro trains that don't work. The problem was detected on some trains months ago and the problems were amplified this week after a fight near the Woodley Park Station when some passengers said they couldn't contact the train operator. Now Metro says it has a solution.
Woman accused of murder in 2-year-old daughter's death found incompetent to stand trial
Driver dies in single-car crash in Washington Co.; vehicle hit ditch
Biden uses tribute in Capitol for abolitionist Frederick Douglass to pitch DC voting rights
US Naval Academy announces charges against 3 football players for sexual assault
Defense: US man who thought he had been fighting alongside Syrian al-Qaida group was mistaken
Frank Gehry refines design, wins endorsement for memorial to President Dwight Eisenhower in DC
Despite a population boost, Washington area drivers are getting in their cars less and logging fewer miles.
Sophie Slesinger, who works at Saxelby Cheesemongers in New York, was recently named to Zagat's 2013 list of "30-Under-30: New York City's Food and World Up-And-Comers." The honor not only puts Slesinger, 25, at the top of her peer group but also afforded her the experience of ringing the New York Stock Exchange opening bell Tuesday.