To say that anticipation has been high for the opening of Bluejacket, the newest D.C. brewery and restaurant from Neighborhood Restaurant Group, would be the understatement of the year.
Sheila Stewart, who worked at a number of D.C. radio station, died Thursday morning.
Prosecutors have offered a plea deal to a 26-year-old Samoan woman charged in the death of her newborn son at the convent where she was studying to become a nun.
Under a new bill in the D.C. Council, getting caught with less than an ounce of marijuana in the nation's capital would no longer be a crime.
As Congress on Thursday begins to scrutinize the source of glitches that have plagued Healthcare.gov, many Republicans and Democrats have expressed differing viewpoints about who is to blame.
When cyber crooks lay their online traps, D.C. computer addresses are among their favorites to target, according to a cybersecurity firm.
A man's body has been discovered at the Judiciary Square Metro station, Metro Transit Police say.
Whiskey and women might sound like the makings of a great song, but it's also part of the world's untold history.
Beal, Ariza lead Wizards comeback in 101-82 preseason win over Cavaliers
Warren Buffett says he didn't buy Washington Post so it wouldn't burden his company or family
DC's new CFO could start as early as December; council vote likely on Nov. 5
Students at Benjamin Banneker Academic High School in D.C. are developing a lock that could be used in the event of an active shooter making entry into the school.
Smithsonian's 1st exhibition on the art of yoga explores 2,000-plus years of visual history
The investigation into the U.S. Capitol Police response to last month's Navy Yard shooting is nearing the home stretch, after being delayed by the 16-day government shutdown.
George Washington U apologizes for misrepresenting how financial need can affect admissions
A famed D.C. music club may need to make more room on the shelf for trophies after its nomination for a national award.
The much-anticipated launch of streetcar service in the District of Columbia has been delayed and won't begin until early 2014, WTOP has learned.
A burglar stole 100 keys from an apartment management office in Southeast D.C. All affected units will get new locks.
Public invited to testify at DC Council hearing on marijuana decriminalization proposal