Former DC mayor Marion Barry out of hospital after car crash, problem with blood sugar
D.C. may be one of the most expensive U.S. cities in which to live, but a new report by personal finance website Bankrate shows the District has the fifth lowest mortgage closing costs.
With his unassuming looks and everyman demeanor, Tanner Roark has quietly risen to one of the best pitchers in baseball.
If you're looking for some sweet spice in your life, look no further than Cherry Chutney.
A slew of street closures are on tap for downtown Washington next week as President Obama welcomes African leaders to a three-day summit.
The city of Alexandria has its eye on French tourists, and tourism officials think they've found the perfect way to welcome them — with a cocktail, of course.
DC begins training streetcar operators this week in traffic for 1st time along H Street
The actor and musician was treated at George Washington Hospital.
The incident occurred early Sunday morning.
Former District of Columbia Mayor Marion Barry was sent to the hospital late Saturday night after a crash.
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The group's chants could be heard from the north lawn of the White House, but President Barack Obama was not at home.
DC zoo plans party for giant panda's first birthday
Washington police to begin issuing $75 fines for littering, effective this fall
Maybe the buses and Metro trains in D.C. would be a little more crowded if not for those red and yellow bikes with the fat tires.
Opponents offer 2 options for saving independent Corcoran Gallery in court hearings on merger
With no secret sacred anymore, the Major League Baseball trade deadline drama unfolds in real time on social media.
President Barack Obama honored Special Olympians Thursday at the White House and one of the most touching moments from the day came during an embrace the commander in chief shared with an audience member.
As August begins, it may seem that this summer has been on the cool side. Many question whether the Washington area should expect these mild temperatures to last.
Federal workers may not have enough to do and are bored, and that's led some to watch porn while on the job.
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