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.
The entrance to the Farragut West Metro station at 17th and I streets NW is temporarily closed.
Metropolitan police have transported a man from North Carolina to D.C. in connection with a double homicide in July.
DC mayor has 'cordial' phone conversation with Sen. Harry Reid following confrontation
US Army general facing sex charges loses bid for appeals judges to halt court-martial
Mayor Vincent Gray has proposed banning Styrofoam food containers in the District, citing their harmful effect on the Anacostia River.
Toppled Ten Commandments monument upright again in DC, further protections planned
Local breweries head to Denver to compete, learn and hobnob with the rock stars of craft brewing.
The death of a New Jersey man who set himself on fire on the National Mall was the result of his long fight with mental illness, not a political statement, his family said.
Homicide detectives from the Metropolitan Police Department are investigating the death of a 2-week-old baby in Northeast, police said.
Participants in 4-H National Youth Science Day have hands-on experience in one of the fastest growing occupational fields in the country - spatial technologies, including GIS and GPS mapping.
Two D.C. leaders trying to make sure the District continues operations during the federal shutdown had what some described as heated exchanges Wednesday with President Barack Obama and Senate Majority Leader Harry M. Reid.
"Order up!" may not be the first words most runners hear after a hard run, but for more than 150 Washingtonians, it's very familiar.
Despite a rise in national attention, an estimated 3.2 million students are bullied each year.
The unfair irony of a federal shutdown: Federal workers could be paid for work they didn't do and taxpayers could be stuck paying for services they didn't get.