The future first president stayed in the field with his troops through the Revolutionary War, living and working in the tent that was the nation's first "oval office" of sorts. And a reproduction tent will be on tour ahead of the planned Museum of the American Revolution opening.
In light of the 100th anniversary of the women's suffrage parade in D.C., WTOP Living took a tour of the American History museum's new suffrage exhibit led by the head curator Lisa Kathleen Graddy.
Police are searching for a woman who slashed another woman on a Metrobus.
Police say a 33-year-old man was shot and killed outside an apartment building in northeast Washington.
The National Zoo is giving mother nature a hand. Giant pandas Mei Xiang and Tian Tian are ready to breed, but they only have a one- to two-day window.
Local researchers are now closer to understanding how acupuncture works to reduce chronic stress.
District of Columbia police have identified two men wanted for questioning in connection with a fatal shooting downtown last week.
An employee of the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center has been charged with killing her husband at their District of Columbia home.
Spring has been reluctant this year, but temperatures are finally starting to rise and that means it's cherry blossom time. Spend this Easter weekend strolling with your loved ones and checking out the sites.
New initiative exploring presidents opens with new play about Mary Lincoln, Elizabeth Keckley
Metro's new mobile site replaces an outdated version that didn't account for touch- screen navigation.
The Washington Nationals are back at home for one final game before Opening Day.
It's a major commuting route from Maryland to D.C., but it's also one of the most accident-prone paths into the city.
D.C. Councilmember Marion Barry says he did not personally send tweets from his account criticizing the National Park Service about a Rock Creek Park deer hunt.
The shooting and killing of deer in Rock Creek Park will resume Friday evening, with safety as the top priority.
The National Park Service is offering more details about the controlled deer hunt this week in Rock Creek Park.
A judge has set a July sentencing date for a former campaign aide to District of Columbia Mayor Vincent Gray.
The District of Columbia's fire chief has apologized for recent failures that led to slow ambulance response times, but two D.C. councilmembers say they remain concerned about the chief's management of the department given its staff and equipment shortages.
It's no secret many people like drinking craft beer, but the nation's small brewers can't deliver the nectar of the gods to your glass all by themselves.
The District of Columbia's fire chief is set to explain why a police officer injured in a hit- and-run had to wait 15 minutes for an ambulance from Maryland.