The boil water advisory in Northwest D.C. has been lifted by DC Water.
The man considered the architect of a "shadow campaign" that helped finance Mayor Vincent Gray's 2010 mayor race is expected to be close to reaching a deal with prosecutors - just weeks before voters will decide whether Gray should have another round in the mayor's office.
The New York Times says the monocle will be the next big trend. But will it transfer to D.C.?
Illinois congressman introduces proposal to permanently end tax on internet services
Two years after the District of Columbia began the TicPix program to catch erroneous parking tickets, a top official admits it has not worked as planned.
Smithsonian's National Postal Museum looks at history of US-China relationship in new exhibit
Lorde will be in D.C. Friday night as part of her first-ever U.S. tour.
Garrett Temple and Martell Webster took their shot at the notoriously difficult National Anthem.
United extend contract of US forward Eddie Johnson, making him a designated player
The District Department of Transportation says that construction crews will open a high-capacity flyover ramp that will connect the 11th Street Bridge to the westbound Southeast-Southwest Freeway early Friday.
Lady Camellia Pastry and Tea Room, which opened in Georgetown two weeks ago, offers patrons a place to enjoy afternoon tea.
DC Brau is releasing it's D.C. United-themed beer, just in time for this weekend's home opener. Vamos United!
Ex-DC mayor Marion Barry released after 16-day stay at rehab center to regain mobility
Changes to the SAT are aimed to make the exam a better reflection of what students need to succeed in college -- but a standardized testing expert says the alterations still won't level the playing field for students.
World Digital Library collection grows to 10,000 items with manuscripts from Baltimore museum
A new D.C. arts extravaganza of sorts: Emerging and local artists show their work this weekend.
The D.C. area is home to some of the longest commute times in the country, and new research is showing more time commuting back-and-forth to work can have serious and lasting impacts on your mental and physical health.
White House Easter Egg Roll set for April 21 and feature sports, cooking, live music, reading
The U.S. has seen a decline in farms in the last 25 years. One growing response is the rise of backyard farms.
Two D.C. officials say they believe a case recently profiled on WTOP Ticketbuster highlights problems at the Department of Public Works and Department of Motor Vehicles where innocent drivers are forced to pay tickets incorrectly.