An off-duty D.C. police detective was shot early Wednesday morning during an attempted carjacking, and a search is underway for people involved.
Just how easy it is for underage youth to buy tobacco? The answer, in part, depends on location.
When the president and first lady go out to eat, where they dine and what they order makes headlines. But most have no idea how they eat when they are home. A chef for three presidents shares the details.
Two people were taken to the hospital after a multiple-vehicle pile-up inside the Third Street Tunnel Wednesday afternoon.
Georgetown University has placed a ban on travel by students. Other schools are monitoring the situation.
How many more unique, chef-owned restaurants, artisan charcuterie producers and craft cocktail bars have to open before D.C. sheds the power-lunch persona?
Prepare for the pork bun obsession, D.C. David Chang is indeed bringing his Momofuku restaurant to the District as part of the massive CityCenterDC development.
An attorney who successfully argued a lawsuit challenging the District of Columbia's ban on carrying handguns outside a home or office is asking for a court order requiring the city pay him more than $54,000 for his work.
The JBG Cos. has filed plans with the D.C. Zoning Commission for a 13-story, 290-unit apartment building immediately north of Nationals Park, with two levels of retail and three levels of below-grade parking.
GCDC's cheesemonger brings a bit of theater to diners privy to an item not on the menu. She makes fresh mozzarella to order.
Hugh & Crye, a D.C.-based menswear startup specializing in button-downs and blazers, last week opened up a modest $30,000 Kickstarter campaign to bring its custom-fit approach to T-shirts. It only took a few days to blow past that goal.
Federal judge delayed effective date of DC gun ruling, but it's already having an impact
Organizers for a new national WWI memorial hope to have it dedicated on November 11, 2018, the 100th Anniversary of war's end.
Today's gutter politics calls for a different type of character, someone like the Dude.
When it comes to relaxing, D.C. residents sure know how to kick up their feet and unwind, according to a recent survey.
Smithsonian crowdsourcing for online volunteers to help digitize massive museum collections
Marijuana citations go unpaid thus far under DC decriminalization
Looking to dine at D.C. area restaurants that source their food from the region's farmers? There's an app for that.
A pizza delivery app has angered residents of Washington, D.C. who, when trying to enter their address are told "DC is not a valid state." And the app's workaround didn't make things better.
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