The debate over the Washington Redskins name will follow the team on the road when it faces the rival Dallas Cowboys.
Family plans NYC wake, funeral for Conn. woman killed after Capitol car chase
Cups clank and grills sizzle on a rainy morning inside Tastee Diner. While the typical sounds remain at the Bethesda, Md. eatery, something is noticeably absent: Customers.
Evans raises most money among DC mayoral candidates, but Bowser has more cash left
Vigil in Washington marks 15 years since death of gay college student Matthew Shepard in Wyo.
DC police department urges judge to reject lawsuit alleging infiltration of protest group
A new iOS app that mimics handwriting offers a solution if you hate the tedium of writing thank-you cards, but it comes with an embarrassing glitch.
Va. state police pull over 4 truckers in protest convoy, issue warnings
They are among the best chefs in the region and they recently squared off as part of a national competition.
Over a boozy brunch at Belga Café in Capitol Hill, new friends Vanessa French, 38, and Lisa Byrne, 35, bonded over their love of wine and their frustration with its omission from the list of week-long celebrations in D.C. So they made their own.
Americans are finding little they like about President Barack Obama or either political party, according to a new poll that suggests the possibility of a "throw the bums out" mentality in next year's midterm elections
Looking for the best weekend concerts in the D.C. area? We've got some big acts from which you can choose.
Truckers are promising to cause a traffic jam on the Capital Beltway Friday in a political protest.
Van Gogh's artwork 'repetitions' featured in new exhibit at DC's Phillips Collection
DC man pleads guilty to tax evasion in alleged plot to defraud airline
Police are looking for two suspects in connection with a fatal stabbing in Rock Creek Park in September.
District funding for local services is caught in the middle of the tug-of-war over the budget on Capitol Hill. And cash available to keep services running are dwindling without congressional intervention.
What you pay to ride Metro could go up July 1, 2014.
The youngest victims of the shutdown, children, will bear the brunt of a halt in Medicaid payments in D.C. Without the payments, children's access to routine medical care, vaccinations and other health services are threatened.