Three men have pleaded guilty for their roles in a drive-by shooting that left 13 people injured in northwest Washington last year.
American composer-conductor John Williams is debuting a new arrangement of "The Star-Spangled Banner," featuring choirs, trumpets, an orchestra and cannons on the National Mall for the nation's birthday.
The top chefs in the D.C. region give a look-see at what they're cooking up, Independence Day-wise — in their own backyard. And yes, some of them are traditionalists.
The controversy over decriminalizing marijuana is turning into a heated battle between two local leaders with differing approaches to drug laws.
Giant maze to take over part of National Building Museum through summer
Ultimate Frisbee is growing quickly by combining an exciting, athletic sport with low injury risk and almost no equipment cost.
Washington Post reporter Ruben Castaneda was on the fast track when it came to both work and play.
More travelers are deciding to bring their pets along with them on summer vacation. And although the idea of flying with a pet can be daunting, these experts offer tips.
When Fuel Pizza announced the first location for its rapid-fire pizza concept last August, it said it expected to expand Custom Fuel — as it's known — across the Washington area. A year later, it's making good on the promise.
One month after former D.C. Fire Chief Kenneth Ellerbe announced he was stepping down, a new chief has taken his place.
Officials say they're looking at the weather and taking a wait-and-see approach.
Heading down to the National Mall for the Fourth of July? Between the traffic, the parking and the crowds, it's going to be an experience.
The number of new HIV cases has dropped 42 percent in four years, according to a new report.
United States men's national soccer team may have lost their match against Belgium Wednesday, but goalkeeper Tim Howard is winning the Internet.
DC fireworks still on despite potential threat of wind, lightning from tropical storm
A cook who has worked the line at downtown Indian favorite Bombay Club for 15 years is branching out on his own. And more restaurant news.
On the 50th anniversary of the signing of the Voting Rights Act, some civil rights pioneers are being honored for what they did to bring the law about.
Pick from dozens of picnics, parades and fireworks planned this July 4. Outside of the National Mall festivities, here's a sampling of what's going on around the region:
It's not just residents driving the food scene in the nation's capital. College students who attend local schools, or those who flock to D.C. for the summer, are one of the fastest-growing arms of the area's food movement.
Are we alone? July 2 is World UFO Day and seeks to answer that question as people gather together to watch the skies for unidentified flying objects.
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