Library of Congress hosts conference, exhibit on 1 of world's rarest maps purchased for $10M
Films at the D.C.'s oldest theater are no longer shown on 35-mm film projectors.
Two D.C. councilmembers say they plan to introduce legislation that would decriminalize possession of marijuana.
The District Department of Transportation has finished installing its fifth pedestrian High-Intensity Activated Crosswalk, or HAWK. The crosswalks "help pedestrians safely cross high traffic volume streets," according to DDOT.
DC mayor opposes mandating liability insurance for gun owners; DC Council considering bill
One year after the passing of Chuck Brown, the godfather of go-go's legend and music lives on.
SC slave cabin dismantled to be transported, rebuilt for display at coming DC museum
Filming for the Captain America movie will close some D.C. streets Thursday and Friday.
Smithsonian planning exhibit on art of yoga, turns to crowd funding to support project
For international travel, Washington area airports are at the top of CardHub.com's list.
If approved, the seven-year, $1 billion construction project would bury 60 power distribution lines in Northwest, Northeast and Southeast.
Man pleads guilty to manslaughter in 1995 killing in DC; plea deal calls for 10-year sentence
Impact of health insurance mandate on DC's 6,500 American Indians is unclear
Every time a major storm knocks out power, many wonder why Pepco doesn't move its power lines underground. A new proposal could to do just that.
DC nonprofit proposes clarifying post-arrest procedures in the city
An earthquake in Virginia confirmed by the U.S. Geological survey is the spawn of a massive quake that rocked the region about two years ago.
A heightened view from repair crews hanging off the top of the Washington Monument is captivating viewers.
A site commemorating a former U.S. president appears to be a popular spot for sexual hookups.
A water main break that occurred overnight Tuesday may affect some customers in Northwest D.C.