Metro: some riders to wait longer for trains this weekend, only silver line won't be affected
In an effort to raise awareness about a heavy issue, a pot bellied pig made a stop at an area law school this week.
More people are choosing to reduce the amount of meat they eat -- sometimes by just one meal a week -- and companies are turning out some tasty contenders.
More than a month after unarmed black teenager Michael Brown was shot and killed by a white police officer in Ferguson, Missouri, D.C. leaders had a heated discussion about local police practices.
Georgetown University says one its students has died after battling a case of diagnosed meningitis.
DC woman charged in beating death of her toddler son
Prince George's County police have made an arrest in the murder of a 3-year-old girl.
Top Navy officials and family members are among more than 2,000 people marking the one-year anniversary of the Washington Navy Yard shootings a year after 12 people were killed.
As sea levels rise, much of D.C.'s infrastructure would be routinely threatened by storm-driven floodwaters.
We reported earlier Monday on a $1.9 million investment in local pizza restaurant chain &pizza, and now we know what that funding will be used for: at least four more locations of the pizza spot in the D.C. area.
One year after the Navy Yard shooting rampage—ending in 12 dead and four injured—those most closely touched by the massacre reflect on the victims and their own journeys through the darkest days. For one family, the difficult times finally took a turn in the form of a rescued dog that had been through some traumatic experiences of its own.
Drivers in D.C. are not necessarily known for their patience, but the results of one survey show drivers in the District are second-rudest in the country.
Cool temperatures went to the extreme last week in some parts of the country.
Ex-Georgetown student pleads guilty to possessing ricin in his dorm room
Lobbyist Boggs dead at 73; Washington power player and journalist Cokie Roberts' brother
Despite 1st hearing in 21 years, District of Columbia statehood faces huge political obstacles
A D.C. magistrate found there is enough probable cause to detain an American University professor until his trial begins.
A look at the baseball math as both the Washington Nationals and Baltimore Orioles are on the verge of clinching their respective divisions.
In 2000, Harold Mintz gave the ultimate gift: He became the first person in the Washington area to donate a kidney to a stranger. Now, his generous act is being studied by researchers, eager to shed light on his compassionate behavior.
Jury convicts DC man in armored truck robbery, violent carjacking in Maryland
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