The Jazz in the Garden Series begins its 14th season, just across the street from the National Archives in the District.
A woman was clobbered by a leaping deer as she stepped off a bus in D.C. Friday morning.
They are angelic and mischievous. They are earthly and heavenly. And they are all watching you as you move around the grounds of the National Cathedral.
World War II Memorial adds wi-fi, interactive kiosks with new content at site on National Mall
Citing racism, 50 senators tell NFL commissioner it's time to change Redskins' name
National Cathedral to host 'Blessing of the Bikes' for Rolling Thunder, veterans
Two women were cut with a knife and assaulted in the Capitol Hill neighborhood during the past week, according to D.C. police.
Those of us not heading to a lake or beach destination this weekend might be getting jealous, but we have one silver lining: some of the city's most sought after tables are likely to be a tad easier to procure, given the mass exodus of city residents for the three-day holiday weekend. Here are some to try for:
D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray dedicated the Benning Road Bridge in honor of Ethel Kennedy, widow of the late Robert F. Kennedy.
All lanes of Rock Creek Parkway have reopened between Calvert Street and Virginia Avenue after a crash after a car drove off the road and into a nearby creek Thursday morning.
Ramon Padilla's path to the golf course was painful, trying and unusual. He plays the game with one healthy arm and a research device substituting for the other.
DryBox uses a combination of heat and pressure to extract moisture from a wet phone in about 30 minutes. And its new kiosk in D.C. is attracting customers anxious to bring a wet phone back to life.
Problems with the Washington Monument's elevator may have dogged the landmark for more than a year, according to an ABC7 report
Virginia 13-year-old achieves longtime dream with National Geographic Bee victory
A town house transformation into a condo tower in a Northwest D.C. neighborhood is so remarkable, it may lead to a change in city regulations.
With references to "Sharknado," local Twitter accounts were abuzz today about a weather map that looked a lot like a fish with an open mouth.
A D.C. bike commuter who was ticketed after crashing into a truck that cut him off has released a video of the incident to open a conversation on safety and driver behavior.
A federal program that has been in effect since 2012 is growing, and celebrities are using their spotlight to move it forward.
One-in-nine houses and condos currently on the market in Washington is listed for $1 million or more, and seven-figure sales are up.
Physical therapist Adele Levine, who worked at Walter Reed for years, saw patients with some of the most devastating injuries imaginable. With a humorist's touch, she has chronicled some of her more interesting experiences in a new book titled, "Run, Don't Walk:"
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