Halloween is just around the corner. Don't miss out on these scream-worthy attractions.
The first stages of President Obama's federal health care law have been anything but smooth. The president himself has publicly admitted the website is filled with glitches and people are having a tough time enrolling.
Medical marijuana off to slow start in DC with just 59 patients since July
Whole Foods' spread across the District continues: The high-end organic grocer is coming to the Capitol Riverfront neighborhood.
District drivers should prepare themselves for new laws for bicyclists.
As surely as summer gives way to fall, wintry weather will threaten in the weeks and months ahead. This is the time to prepare trees for bad weather.
Academy Award-winning documentary filmmakers Sean Fine and Andrea Nix Fine are back with a new documentary about a rare disease and its impact on 17-year-old Sam Berns and his family.
Metro: no weekend disruption on 4 of 5 lines this week, some orange line riders to see delays
DC Council to hold hearing on city's preparedness for snow, winter weather
Smithsonian board begins search for new leader for museum complex before Wayne Clough retires
Police in D.C. are looking for help identifying suspects in an elementary school burglary on Sunday, Oct. 6.
Three people were rescued from the Potomac River Monday night after a large boat overturned near Reagan National Airport.
George Washington University's Laurie Koehler says in a statement that admissions committees recommend candidates for admission with no knowledge of their financial needs, but those needs are looked at near the end of the admissions process.
Smithsonian faces $65M cut from Congress, may consider furloughs or museum closings
The debate over the Washington Redskins moniker has reached the pages of The Onion, best known for its satirical and faux news stories. The Onion parodies the debate by using racial slurs against the team's owner.
Accused shooter's confession key as trial opens in slaying of Redskins star Sean Taylor
White House public tours to resume on limited basis starting Nov. 5, continue through Jan. 15
Despite his less-than-dignified name, this 5-year-old Tuxedo cat is quite the gentleman.
Known for offering one of the best views of the District, P.O.V at the W Hotel is after another niche: live rooftop concerts.
Landmark peace vigil in front of White House is seized for 2nd time