The number of newly diagnosed HIV cases in the District decreased by 46 percent from 2007 to 2011
Scared their child was going to die, a D.C. couple was bewildered that no ambulance was available to help Saturday night. The boy had to be taken from their Northeast D.C. home to the hospital in a fire truck.
Ravens wide receiver Jacoby Jones was injured early Monday morning after being hit over the head by a stripper wielding a large bottle of alcohol.
The craft beer craze has expanded beyond coveted brews and hoppy concoctions found on store shelves and in brewery tasting rooms -- it's hit home.
Police: car involved in chase that killed 14-year-old from DC had been stolen
Woman injured in Navy Yard shooting leaves hospital, 1 person remains hospitalized
Metro: weekend delays expected on blue and orange lines, trains to run every 16 minutes
Comcast expands Internet program for low-income families in DC area to get online
Greater DC Cares, an organization that connected some 40,000 Washington area volunteers with more than 700 nonprofits, has shut its doors for lack of funding.
One week after the Navy Yard shooting, the second to last person was released from the hospital. One police officer remains.
Obama memorializes Navy Yard victims by calling for transformation in firearms laws
A stone monument of the Ten Commandments that sits on a street behind the U.S. Supreme Court in Washington and was the subject of controversy in the past has been toppled by vandals.
DC to close some agencies in case of federal shutdown; police, fire, schools remain open
The North American Aerospace Defense Command, better known as NORAD, will conduct the flight training beginning late Tuesday night.
Popular International Spy Museum may expand, move to DC's historic Carnegie Library
'Calvin Johnson rule' turns tide: 5 things to know about Lions' 27-20 win over Redskins
This Schnauzer/terrier mix is the quintessential scruffy canine silver screen star -- or in his case, a retired star.
The home built on top of a World War I munitions site has been torn down. On Monday, the Army Corps of Engineers starts removing the home's foundation, with the "high probability" of finding remnants of chemical agents. Full story.
ATF kept out of loop as FBI traced shotgun after Navy Yard shooting
Even though the weather was beautiful, the mood outside the Marine Corps Barracks on Sunday in Southeast D.C. was solemn.