Counselors at Washington Navy Yard offer help to thousands of workers since Sept. 16 shooting
Engineering and procurement officials are quickly working on returning life at the Naval Sea Systems Command Headquarters at the Washington Navy yard back to normal.
A D.C. man has pleaded guilty to punching a 4-year-old boy, whom he was babysitting, in the stomach - blows that lacerated the boy's liver, broke several ribs and ultimately killed him.
DC health care exchange missing Medicaid feature; site will still go live Oct. 1
A comedian who says he was offended by tweets a journalist sent criticizing performers during a charity event in Washington is charged with assaulting the journalist.
A Marine from Virginia is on a journey to draw attention to veterans services and do what he can to help his friends by running across the country.
Jeff DeWitt, chief financial officer in Phoenix, nominated to fill same post in Washington
3 events including 5k and 2 festivals to close roads around Washington on Saturday
Barracks that were a centerpiece of the US Holocaust Museum in DC to be returned to Poland
D.C. police are looking more closely into the claim of a reported abduction in Northwest Thursday morning.
Washington Nationals fans can get their hands on autographed, game-worn jerseys while helping raise funds for the families of the victims who died in the Navy Yard shooting.
This Old House, a home improvement magazine and television show, named Petworth one of the best neighborhoods in the country for its promising future and collection of beautiful homes.
National Endowment for the Arts survey shows decline in attendance at plays, musicals, museums
One of those hit by bullets during the Navy Yard shooting lost his life, but helped save another.
Love pancakes? Here are some of the top places to chow down on some pancakes locally on National Pancake Day.
An expert on national security clearances says lying on a clearance application should have disqualified the man who would go on to become the Navy Yard shooter.
Maryland teenager has pleaded guilty to stabbing another teen in the heart during a fight at the Woodley Park Metro station. And five other teens who have pleaded guilty to related charges are set to be sentenced in December.
Library of Congress building evacuated after hot plate activates sprinkler system, no damage
District leaders are considering defying Congress to keep the city government running even if the federal government shuts down due to a budget impasse.
Sen. Tim Kaine (D-VA) says the marathon speech of Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) against Obamacare is "not a constructive exercise" and unnecessarily puts the country at risk of a government shutdown.