President Barack Obama is awarding the Medal of Honor to an Army veteran for his courageous leadership during a day-long firefight in Afghanistan.
Two people are hurt after a cab driver drove into the Savoy Apartments around 11:30 Monday morning.
Fifty years ago today, Feb. 11, 1963, John, Paul, George and Ringo recorded the entire "Please Please Me" album at EMI Studios on Abbey Road.
Cardinal Donald Wuerl, archbishop of Washington, told WTOP the Vatican called him about Pope Benedict's resignation early Monday.
D.C. is the highest-paying city for women, with the median full-time woman earning an average income of $57,128, according to Forbes.
Pat McGuire, Trinity University president
The Rev. Mark Morozowich, dean of theology, Catholic University
Valentine's Day isn't just for couples anymore. Anti-Valentine's Day parties are giving singles a reason to celebrate. Here are a few events in the D.C. area where hearts, flowers and chocolates are not welcome.
Cardinal Donald Wuerl, Archbishop of Washington
Two pharmacies on Connecticut Avenue in the District are trying to claim full-service grocery store status in order to get a Class B license to sell beer and wine.
D.C. Mayor Vince Gray says new transportation strategies will need to be explored to accommodate the area's growing population.
For veteran D.C. mailman Daniel Giles, getting peed on by dogs, deciphering wrong addresses and brightening customers' afternoons, is all in a day's work.
Will the District see streetcars by the end of this year? According to Mayor Vincent Gray, the answer is yes.
Metro is inviting the public to attend a series of public meetings this week to give input on a new plan to improve service.
Nearly 1,000 people ran through the streets of Capitol Hill in their bras, panties, and tighty-whities Saturday afternoon all to help raise money for sick children.
Washington is breathing a sigh of relief that the blizzard, which dropped more than two feet of snow on New England, didn't come here. Three years after snowpocalypse, the District says it's now prepared to handle a massive storm.
When he was a kid here in Virginia he was known as Benjamin Levin. But Benny Blanco is better known today for the pop hits you hear on the radio and two are up for a Grammy Award this weekend.
Bulldogs united this week as Georgetown University invited other short-snouted mascots to campus for a photo shoot.
Power is back for the nearly 50,000 Pepco customers in Prince George's County and D.C. left in the dark after a tree knocked down a transmission line.
A woman deeply affected by gun violence is responding to a statement made by a mother in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee last week.