This Schnauzer/terrier mix is the quintessential scruffy canine silver screen star -- or in his case, a retired star.
The home built on top of a World War I munitions site has been torn down. On Monday, the Army Corps of Engineers starts removing the home's foundation, with the "high probability" of finding remnants of chemical agents. Full story.
ATF kept out of loop as FBI traced shotgun after Navy Yard shooting
Even though the weather was beautiful, the mood outside the Marine Corps Barracks on Sunday in Southeast D.C. was solemn.
Philanthropist David Rubenstein gives $5M to continue National Book Festival on National Mall
DC education officials quietly rejected tougher grading on tests, boosting appearance of gains
How red flags got missed in Navy Yard shooter's history, giving him clean background checks
When difficult situations - such as the Navy Yard shooting - strike, finding strength to move on can be difficult.
After a bout of confusion, the D.C. City Council votes to scrap proposed changes to its Visitor Parking Program.
Lights, sirens and crowds of emergency responders - that was the scene at a large scale training drill for first responders at the Reagan National Airport this morning.
Man injured in fight at DC nightclub dies; death ruled a homicide
There's been plenty of interesting baseball history in the city, and author Fred Frommer has gotten it all down in a recent book.
A brutal sexual assault occurred in an office in the Northwest D.C. Shaw neighborhood days ago, but now police believe they have nabbed their suspect, according to ABC 7.
House cuts to the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program are leaving a bigger impact on local food banks.
The District considers the possibility of adding tolls to enter downtown D.C.
The District government was busy on Grace Street Thursday.
More than a dozen D.C. parking spots were converted to mini parks Friday as part of Parking Day, an international event intended to spark conversations about urban planning and the need for more green space.
Following shooting, Nationals offering free tickets to game to Navy Yard personnel, families
A dozen people died in a shooting rampage Monday at the Washington Navy Yard. Here are their stories.
Department of Defense employees who are heading to Nationals Park for a ballgame usually park at the Washington Navy Yard. But on Sunday they'll have to find somewhere else.