International film fest at Czech spa of Karlovy Vary to honor Mel Gibson, William Friedkin
The income disparity between the rich and poor in D.C. is growing and the divide is worse when compared to the nation as a whole.
Go For the Food: After a day of Wyeth art in Pennsylvania, more Wyeth over Italian food
Hopping like a frog and walking like a gorilla, Pig the dog draws curious attention
Milan fashion designers embrace stripes of, well, every stripe as they clean up their lines
Foods with added vitamins and minerals may seem like a healthy option to supplement a diet, but it turns out that the added nutrients can be harmful to consumers -- especially young children, senior citizens and pregnant women.
Virginia Zoo in Norfolk welcomes 3 new cassowary chicks
Consortium led by Virginia universities gets $5M federal grant for transportation research
Reports of tick bites and Lyme disease are on the rise in the D.C. area. And one scientist wants to track the severity of the threat for his Montgomery County neighbors.
About 48 million adults in the U.S., and 90,000 in D.C., read below a fifth-grade level. But for eight local adults, that's no longer the case.
Authorities: 70-year-old hiker died of hypothermia on Mount Rainer
Sales of US existing homes jump 4.9 percent in May, best monthly gain in nearly 3 years
Armani doles out fashion wisdom: Next year's bag is white and Italy's PM should wear a tie
Panamanian authorities confirm discovery of remains of 1 of 2 missing Dutch tourists
David Rubenstein gives Smithsonian $5.4M to complete renovation of historic Renwick Gallery
Photographer spent weeks in world's worst weather to capture images for mountaintop museum
The Washington Project for the Arts has signed on to be part of The JBG Cos.' Atlantic Plumbing redevelopment at Eighth and V streets NW, a significant addition to a block of space the Chevy Chase developer hopes to establish as an enclave for artist studios.
Museum signs purchase agreement for 144,000-square-foot section of Rosie the Riveter's factory
The 2013 American Time Use Survey, published on Wednesday by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, gives insight into how Americans spend their days -- including how much they work, how they split household labor and how they spend their free time.
Museums, musicians say ivory order hampers their ability to travel abroad with instruments
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