Today is Safer Internet Day. One topic will be distinguishing the differences between risk and harm to young people.
White House state dinner for French President Hollande to feature beef, caviar, Mary J. Blige
Report: Number of DC public high school students taking an AP exam dramatically increases
GWU professor John Banzhaf says the legal challenges against the Washington Redskins over the team name are working on three tracks.
The Beatlemania event at the Washington Coliseum will close streets near the venue Tuesday.
Looking for a friendly canine companion who's sure to get noticed? Easy Peasy is your girl.
Six of the Top 10 ZIP codes for investors to buy a house or condo, renovate it and flip it to "hipster buyers" are in the Washington area.
The year 2014 will see a series of events leading up to September's 200th anniversary of the Battle of Baltimore, when the British attacked Fort McHenry but had to retreat, which inspired the writing of "The Star-Spangled Banner."
Georgetown University receives $10 million to create innovation hub to tackle social problems
Multiple rounds of snow, ice and freezing rain have taken a toll on the roads -- and, by extension, pocketbooks.
Georgetown's Rhino Bar will host a Philip Seymour Hoffman movie marathon today.
An empty ambulance helped block off 16th Street for parking on Saturday as family, friends and District leaders packed into a church to celebrate the life of Cecil Mills, the man who died outside a D.C. Fire station without getting any help from firefighters.
DC man sentenced to 20 years in prison for killing child he was babysitting
A longer prison sentence could await a former District of Columbia Councilmember.
Former Olympic athletes and fans gathered at the Newseum Friday night to watch the Opening Ceremony of the 2014 games in Sochi, Russia.
A new flyover bridge on Interstate 695 was quietly unveiled by the District Department of Transportation Friday in Southeast D.C.
If you're a frequent Metrobus rider, you've probably seen your share of strange things. But what about mattress moving?
This is the tale of one "new" band's history in local music and the musicians' approach to making more.
You only have this weekend to see an exhibit of photos of the Beatles taken in 1964 by then-18-year-old photographer Mike Mitchell whose photos now sell for thousands.
Former "American Idol" and "Celebrity Apprentice" runner-up Clay Aiken says he has no motivation to become a career politician despite the announcement that he will run for Congress in his native North Carolina.
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