Howard University Hospital has apparently backed away from planned layoffs of some of its nursing staff — at least for now.
A man was struck as he tried to cross the parkway on Saturday.
Park Police officers are investigating after a pedestrian was fatally struck while trying to cross Suitland Parkway.
Your child should get vaccinated at 11 or 12 years old, and again at 16, according to health officials.
A South Korea-born diocesan has been installed as the suffragan bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of New York.
Are divorce tattoos a sign of strength -- or a reminder of despair?
A man convicted of killing two men, one of whom was struck when a bullet went through the intended target, has been sentenced to 75 years in prison.
Flooding may force closure of DC national parks over the weekend
President Barack Obama has signed a bill that makes a minor change to the century-old law banning skyscrapers in the nation's capital.
When a person's legal status is in question, their case goes in front of a U.S. Immigration Court Judge. But now a system which already has 366,758 pending cases may see that number grow due to a computer issue.
A portion of the Capital Crescent Trail is closed again because of a suspected sewage spill.
D.C. officials on Friday laid out the criteria for startups to claim a piece of the $1 million Digital DC Technology Fund.
The millennial generation is the largest generation, and D.C. is the most popular U.S. city for millennials.
The Texas de Brazil churrascaria-style steakhouse will take over the former Buddha Bar space in Mount Vernon Triangle.
Animal Collective's Panda Bear and '70s sensation Boz Scaggs will play this weekend.
Plans set for Corcoran Gallery's takeover by George Washington University, National Gallery
The melting of the giant West Antarctica ice sheet will cause the world's seas to rise higher and faster than earlier projections -- how will that affect life in and around the nation's capital?
Smithsonian to fly drones, jetpack near National Mall for 'The Future is Here' festival in DC
Whether it's free rent, tenant improvements or other perks, landlords are offering more concessions to keep their tenants or attract new ones than at any time in the past, according to tenant representative Studley Inc.
A group that got in a free-speech court fight with Metro a few years ago is back with new eyebrow-raising ads on the sides of buses.
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