Bare walls, a note from Pete Carril, and an 8-0 record: New coach transforms American
Metro: weekend work will mean longer waits on 4 of 5 lines
After writing a review on Yelp and Angie's List about a local design and contracting firm, Fairfax County resident Jane Perez is being sued for $750,000 in damages by the contractor, Christopher Dietz.
DC unemployment rate falls to lowest in 5 years, in part because some dropped out of workforce
DC woman accuses police officer of excessive force in federal lawsuit
Some D.C. streets will be closed Tuesday evening, Jan. 28, for the State of the Union address. U.S. Capitol Police released the following list and map detailing what streets will be affected.
It may be extra cold outside, but we've found a sure sign of spring.
DC traffic cameras to begin issuing tickets for more violations this weekend
National Zoo says 2 healthy lion cubs born in DC for 1st time in 4 years
The minimum wage for federal contract workers will go up, CBS reports.
Music, records of jazz drummer Max Roach acquired by Library of Congress for preservation
Hundreds gathered outside the Districts Department of Employment Services office in Northeast D.C. Monday hoping to be one of the lucky few to fill 34 job opening for the District's new streetcar system.
Drivers may soon have to pay to park along the National Mall.
Grid operator, utilities urge electricity conservation during predicted bitter cold
Authorities: DC woman killed, dismembered newborn son
Meet Poinsettia, a darling, petite, 3-year-old pit bull terrier mix. She's looking for a great home.
Embattled Rep. Trey Radel, R-Fla., will resign from Congress on Monday, according to POLITICO.
When Eric Peterson got home last Thursday, he found his house ransacked and many of his electronics stolen.
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