German charged in death of elderly wife, a DC journalist, tells judge he's prepared for trial
Stolen cell phones, laptops, cameras and credit cards - more than 500 items in all - were recovered from a D.C. store.
The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) would typically be on the scene after Sunday's incident, but officials confirm their staff is furloughed and will not assist.
Sisters of woman fatally shot in DC police chase say she was not delusional, tried to flee
DC food truck owners see sales drop by 50 percent or more during government shutdown
The conversation about whether or not "Redskins" is an offensive nickname is growing louder and reaching higher places. I am not impressed.
The Oneida Nation, a roughly 1,000-member tribe in New York, has pledged $10 million over 10 years to the Smithsonian's Museum of the American Indian, according to The Washington Post.
NTSB: Investigators won't visit Metro accident site because of government shutdown
Metro has identified the contractor who was killed in Sunday morning's rail work accident.
An employee of MedStar Washington Hospital Center died Sunday afternoon after responding to a maintenance request and being overcome by fumes.
It's every new parent's nightmare: a healthy baby goes home from the hospital and within days turns blue and struggles to breathe.
Across America the government's work is piling up, and it's not just paperwork.
Police in Washington are reviewing the use of officers' deadly force in the killing of a woman who tried to ram her car through a White House barrier, a shooting her family says was unjustified.
President Barack Obama says he would "think about changing" the Washington Redskins' name if he owned the football team as he waded into the controversy involving a word many consider offensive to Native Americans.
Drivers can expect even lower gas prices this week than the week before. The weather, in addition to the worry over the economy under government shutdown mode, is to blame.
The Pentagon is ordering most of its approximately 400,000 furloughed civilian employees back to work.
In sermon, National Cathedral dean calls on church to embrace gay youth for who they are
Authorities in Washington are reviewing Thursday's use of deadly force against a woman who tried to ram a barrier at the White House and then led police on a chase to the Capitol.
Grand Rapids-area billboard part of national campaign to tell nonreligious they aren't alone
Their government has failed to keep the doors open and has told federal workers to stay off the job as the political parties fight over spending and health care in austere times.