Twelve years after its opening and six years after President Obama vowed to close Guantanamo prison, protesters rallied outside the White House Saturday, demanding he keep his promise in the name of human rights.
About 100 students, from eight public middle schools from across the city, took part in a head-to-head competition in math, pre-algebra and algebra which was held Saturday morning at Stuart-Hobson Middle School in Northeast, DC.
Metropolitan Police Department officers are asking for the public's help in locating three people who may be connected with an armed carjacking Sunday, Jan. 5.
DC mayor launches re-election campaign; 2010 bid resulted in guilty pleas by 4 aides
Georgette Takideu, 47, of Hyattsville, Md. is free pending a hearing in D.C. Superior Court on Jan. 31. She's charged with assaulting a D.C. student.
Media analyst George Reed-Dellinger has a passion for the Olympics.
Smithsonian examines history of post office murals depicting Native Americans
During a question and answer period, several people spoke up and said they had recently had a bad experience with a police officer.
The parents of a missing young man featured in an Associated Press photograph on a frigid D.C. street say they're still not sure why he left home in the first place but that they're determined to get him the help he needs.
Two Arlington friends launched a business that lets its customers turn the kitchen into a distillery.
Phi Beta Sigma fraternity holding centennial celebration in Washington
A D.C. resident fighting a ticket since early 2012 tells WTOP TicketBuster he's fed up with delays and angry his ticket has been before an appeals board without resolution for almost two years.
National Book Festival to leave National Mall, moving to Washington Convention Center
DC mayor apologizes for 2010 campaign; says he didn't know misconduct was occurring
One person was seriously injured after a car crashed into a boat along the Southwest Waterfront.
Chris Brown rejects plea deal in DC assault case; lawyer says he's innocent
Ivory tusks, a gift to DC from Ethiopian Emperor Haile Selassie I, stolen Wilson building
'Star-Spangled Banner' manuscript to join flag that inspired the song for the first time in DC
The four-year-old tax on plastic bags in the nation's capital is reportedly leading to some dramatic changes in consumer behavior.
Mars rover photography featured in new exhibit at Smithsonian, marking 10th year of mission