DC museums, memorials welcome back visitors as government shutdown ends, take stock of losses
DC Lottery: With government shutdown over, winning tickets can be cashed
National Zoo pandacam back online, staff takes time for checks before grounds reopen Friday
The 2011 earthquake that rattled the D.C. region and caused millions of dollars in damage shook the nerves of an area unaccustomed to such temblors. Two years later, a million people participated in a drill to practice how to respond to the next quake.
Could it have been Tex-Mex cuisine, margaritas and a south-of-the- border ambiance that helped put an end to the partial government shutdown?
The National Zoo's giant panda cub reached several developmental milestones during the 16-day partial government shutdown.
Police arrested a 26-year-old mother Wednesday after her infant son's death at a D.C. elderly care facility Friday.
Companies are awaiting guidance from agencies telling them that workers can return after the shutdown closed government facilities to contractors, spurred stop-work orders, and forced thousands of furloughs.
Federal budget deal allows DC government to spend local funds through September
The federal government shutdown has ended and a clearer picture is emerging about how exactly it affected drivers and transit users.
Over the years, the D.C. area has seen peace summits and nuclear arms summits, but the summit planned in the District Thursday night might make you wrinkle your nose.
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.