A proposed rule that would require customers to wait 24 hours before getting a tattoo or piercing has drawn hundreds of comments as the D.C. Health Department considers new regulations for body art.
The news the D.C. region has been waiting for is here: The National Zoo's panda cam is coming back!
Furloughed federal workers have had a lot of time on their hands over the last two weeks, but it seems some of them made good use of their time by logging onto dating sites and taking advantage of their unplanned time off.
It's not often that a procedural discussion on the House floor goes viral on the web, but that's what happened with an exchange about a House rule passed before the government shutdown, which involved Rep. Chris Van Hollen, D-Md., and Rep. Jason Chaffetz, R-Utah, who was presiding over the House last weekend.
Ford's Theatre in DC reopening with private funds after going dark due to government shutdown
Halloween is supposed to be spooky and fun - not deadly.
While D.C. residents and visitors from Maryland and Virginia try to understand the latest twists in the District's visitor parking program, there still may be confusion about the new rules among city employees.
Federal human resources managers are preparing for a range of post-shutdown personnel problems including anxiety and resentment amongst employees who had to work and those who were furloughed.
A wily fox has made itself at home among the grounds of the presidential mansion while the majority of the lawn and garden caretakers are on furlough.
Monthlong European arts festival opens for children in Washington area, offering 200 events
The Anti-Defamation League on Tuesday called on professional sports teams to move away from using offensive names and mascots, but said the ultimate decision lies with the team's ownership.
Suspect arrested in fatal shooting of Howard U. student
Decades after the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, a Virginia politics expert says he has uncovered new evidence that disproves the official number of shots fired that fateful day in Dallas.
Mourners in New York City say Conn. woman killed in Washington car chase was generous, loving
The D.C. government is running on contingency funds now, but if the shutdown continues, it could mean a payroll freeze
DC Council to consider subsidizing college tuition for city students
Wal-Mart shouldn't have any trouble staffing two new "super centers" it plans to open in Washington, D.C., by year's end after it received what it calls an "amazing" response from potential employees.
Thousands of people converged on the World War II Memorial on the National Mall on Sunday morning and tore down the barricades blocking it off, protesting the closure of the memorial during the federal government shutdown.
Wal-Mart, the nation's largest retailer, has announced 600 job openings at two of its stores scheduled to open later this year in the District and hundreds of local workers have flocked to a hiring center in hopes of landing on of those jobs.