Congressman requests hearing on Redskins name, cites 'racial insensitivity' and Sterling ban
A vigil in Farragut Square hopes to keep the spotlight on the more than 200 schoolgirls kidnapped in Nigeria.
GOP congressman: DC law that decriminalizing pot raises federal-local jurisdiction questions
One mother helps thousands of others by collecting and distributing a basic, yet expensive, necessity.
A keeper at the National Zoo made a sad discovery Friday morning, finding one of the zoo's female sea lions dead.
Missouri senators introduce bill calling for DC's Union Station to be named after Truman
Three men are under arrest in Fairfax County charged with selling multiple Wizards fans fake playoff tickets.
Capital Crescent Trail has been reopened in Georgetown.
A shortcut between Silver Spring and Northwest Washington reopened Friday after a six-month project to replace and improve the crossing near Rock Creek Park.
A plan to utilize body cameras in the D.C. police department has the green light from a key oversight agency that handles citizen complaints.
"The demand for the tickets has been nothing like we've seen in this market in a long, long time," says the team's chief revenue officer.
Thousands of people will flock to D.C. Saturday for the Susan G. Komen Global Race for the Cure.
National Gallery of Art explores interaction between impressionists Degas, Cassatt in painting
The Wizards won the home playoff game Styme's Wizards-themed song was played at, and lost the one it wasn't.
Earlier this week, the Nationals' manager was sitting in traffic, doing a radio interview, when he was suddenly side-swiped by a car in the midst of a police pursuit.
D.C. has the highest breast cancer death rate in the country, and leading the drive to save lives is a big white van with painted pink ribbons.
When Patricia Cronauer's license plate fell off her car last summer, she never imagined it would kick start a nightmare that one lawmaker calls "a loop of insanity."
DC police accountability agency agrees with chief that officers should wear cameras
It might be another week or two until the Capital Crescent trail is open according to the National Park Service, which says yet another sewage spill from last week's storms is being investigated Thursday.
More than 250,000 people have signed an online petition asking major garden centers to stop treating their plants with pesticides that have been shown to contribute to the collapse of honey bee colonies.
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