Shakespeare Theatre Company, developer buy former DC university site to build new facility
Obama hails late Washington Post editor Ben Bradlee as a 'true newspaperman'
A new government investigation questions a bizarre Secret Service mission that pulled agents from their assignment near the White House and sent them to the rural Maryland home of a headquarters employee embroiled in a personal dispute with a neighbor.
Doctors and nurses are on the front lines of the war on Ebola. But an equally important role in the battle is played by men and women who combine police-style detective work with medical science.
South Carolina pork executive sentenced in District of Columbia gun case
4 men stabbed in DC subdue attacker
Four women were attacked within a few hours and a few miles of each other early Sunday in Northwest. Police have arrested a man in two of the attacks, but investigators are still looking for two other suspects.
A mammoth, but careful job at Smithsonian's Natural History Museum
Valerie is a happy-go-lucky pit bull terrier mix
Scores of federal employees have been placed on paid leave, allowing them to collect paychecks while they await word on whether they will be disciplined for misbehavior.
Outgoing DC mayor to detail long-term transportation plan to accommodate future growth
Northern Virginia man arrested in DC, accused of arranging sex with minor
To accommodate a crowd projected to reach the hundreds of thousands, Metro has shuffled its schedule and planned for a one-day closure of Blue Line service.
Smithsonian launches campaign to raise $1.5 billion to overhaul exhibits, fund endowments
One person is dead after a triple shooting in D.C. on Monday.
Double shooting in DC kills 1 man, injures another; suspect at large
One of the largest private schools in the D.C. region — the Lycée Rochambeau, The French International School — is hoping to bid adieu to its campus in Bethesda and bonjour to a larger consolidated campus to meet the needs of its growing school population.
Reporters Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein will discuss their coverage of the Watergate scandal on The Kalb Report Monday evening.
You read that right: Revolution Growth co-founder and Washington Wizards/Capitals owner Ted Leonsis reveals that, if the Wizards make the playoffs, not only will he get a mohawk haircut, he'll adopt the nickname "Sexual Caramel."
Washington is Lonely Planet's number one destination to visit for 2015, a first-time distinction for the city.
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