Metro says a car ran a red light and hit the No. 80 bus that was headed to Fort Totten station.
A woman studying to become a Catholic nun has been charged in the District of Columbia with smothering her newborn son, police said.
From The Cult to Billy Idol, guitarist Billy Morrison knows how to rock and roll.
You've gotten the school fliers, you've probably seen some of the news stories, but you may still be confused and wonder: what the heck is the Common Core?
National Zoo staff plans special opening for visitors after government shutdown
DC officials to reopen Cardozo Education Campus after $130 million renovation
With weather projected to remain mild this weekend, and leaves transforming into fall colors, it's the perfect time to take advantage of outdoor events. And in the D.C. area, those events are all about craft beer and art.
"There are rats scurrying around everywhere in the neighborhood," one 14th Street corridor resident said at a meeting discussing the rat problem in the neighborhood.
The temperature may be dropping outside, but the local concert schedule still has several hot tickets.
For some feds, the guarantee of back pay means now it's payback time.
Waiter sentenced for buying art, diamond jewelry with stolen credit card numbers
His name is Frank, short for Frankenstein of course, and although he doesn't run, jump or fight, Frank does sport bionic body parts and implantable synthetic organs. And he's on display at the National Air and Space Museum this fall.
A judge isn't letting a German man charged with killing his elderly wife act as his own lawyer.
DC museums, memorials welcome back visitors as government shutdown ends, take stock of losses
DC Lottery: With government shutdown over, winning tickets can be cashed
National Zoo pandacam back online, staff takes time for checks before grounds reopen Friday
The 2011 earthquake that rattled the D.C. region and caused millions of dollars in damage shook the nerves of an area unaccustomed to such temblors. Two years later, a million people participated in a drill to practice how to respond to the next quake.
Could it have been Tex-Mex cuisine, margaritas and a south-of-the- border ambiance that helped put an end to the partial government shutdown?
The National Zoo's giant panda cub reached several developmental milestones during the 16-day partial government shutdown.
Police arrested a 26-year-old mother Wednesday after her infant son's death at a D.C. elderly care facility Friday.