SmarTrip cards can now be purchased, or have value added to them, at some Walmart stores in the D.C. area.
Former DC officer accused in pimp case pleads guilty, agreement calls for 7-year sentence
A huge international medical trial could be a gamechanger for millions of people at risk of getting Alzheimer's disease.
A former D.C. cop told a United States District Court Judge that he's guilty of prostituting two teenage girls.
The head of the Federal Railroad Administration is calling on state officials to develop a shared vision of rail service along the southeast corridor.
The Democratic mayoral nominee in the nation's capital says she's not going to persuade voters to support her by debating her opponents.
D-Day veteran from Maryland, 90, receives New Jersey high school diploma
From ticket sales to television ratings, the D.C. area has emerged as the most passionate region for soccer in America.
A collection of blue crabs, sea anemone, butterflies and other creatures will need to find new homes after the National Zoo announced it would close its invertebrate exhibit beginning Sunday. But many visitors and volunteers are furious.
Movie critics are like Roman emperors, holding their fists out to command a chanting crowd with the drama of a thumbs-up or thumbs-down. But the cinematic arena is no Coliseum; it's a movie palace. And our beloved Caesar, the purveyor of so many thumbs, was Roger Ebert.
Sarah's long and winding road to citizenship began 20 years ago, when she was adopted by an American journalist traveling in Kazakhstan.
D.C. has been waiting years for its cupcake ATM from Los Angeles-based Sprinkles, but it looks like a local company has beat them to it when it comes to dessert-dispensing vending machines.
Cecil Mills was a District government employee for decades, working in the Parks and Recreation Department. And now he'll be commemorated in Northeast.
DC public schools to pause use of test scores in teacher evaluations because of Common Core
Kennedy Center opens revival production of 'Side Show' musical after 1997 debut on Broadway
From billions to zero: Humans killed off passenger pigeons but may try to bring them back
Quadrangle Development Corp., as QC 369 LLC, has submitted a planned-unit development application to construct a 570,000-square-foot, 12-story building at Ninth and L streets NW, adjacent to the new Marriott Marquis. The $230 million project will contain a hotel (really, two hotels, both Marriotts) and multifamily residential.
Urbana is just the latest in a string of D.C. restaurants either rejiggering space to create bigger bars or opening with much larger bars than they might have in the past.
The District has two of the three most profitable neighborhoods for property flipping.
A man accused of beating and robbing an elderly vendor near George Washington University in 2005 has been convicted for a second time in the case.
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