Jury begins deliberations in case of slain elderly DC journalist, socialite
These days, it's difficult to find an office where men wear ties, routinely -- even in a political power town like D.C.
Mayor signs bill raising DC's minimum wage to $11.50 by 2016; wage rises to $9.50 in July
In an effort to feed Bao Bao mania, the Smithsonian's National Zoo has announced extended hours the weekend of Jan. 18 at its Giant Panda Habitat.
Chef Marjorie Meek-Bradley of Cleveland Park's Ripple is opening a second restaurant in Adams Morgan at 2446 18th St. NW, the former location of the popular bar, The Reef.
National parks to waive admission fees in honor of Martin Luther King Jr.
Developer Albert 'Sonny' Small Jr. named to Tulane Board
A majority of D.C. City Council members and Mayor Vince Gray support removing local criminal penalties for marijuana possession, and that could lead to hundreds fewer arrests each year.
Michelle Obama turns self-described '50 and fabulous' Friday, says now more confident in self
The renovation of the iconic Watergate Hotel, on the drawing board for several years, could begin in March.
District of Columbia Councilmember Tommy Wells wants to decriminalize small amounts of pot.
Michelle Obama's 2nd inaugural gown joins first ladies' collection for 1 year at Smithsonian
The White House is inviting any social media user to join an online "panel discussion" after the Jan. 28 State of the Union Address.
A customer loyalty card-of-sorts is creating quite a buzz among D.C.'s coffee drinkers.
Metro: buses to replace trains on section of the red and green lines for weekend work
Can you imagine whizzing from D.C. to Baltimore in just 15 minutes? If a business group has its way, you'll be able to speed past the backed-up traffic on Interstate 95 aboard the super-fast magnetic levitation train.
Jurors see police interview, crime scene photos in DC trial over slaying of German socialite
AG agrees to release DC mayoral documents in settlement over former Medicaid contractor
A Giant grocery store ad welcoming back Howard University students from winter break has rankled the Howard community because the ad pictured a young, white female. The vast majority of students at Howard, a historically black university, are African-American.