The final "barge office" of MSI Worldwide departed from the Gangplank Marina in Southwest D.C. Friday, leaving many residents wondering why buildings that looked like houses were floating down the Potomac River.
Some have stunning views of the Potomac and the iconic D.C. monuments on the mall. Some have big yards. Others are stunning rowhouses. All are for sale right now in Washington, D.C., in neighborhoods MRIS Homes says are currently the hottest in the D.C. market.
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Interested in trying a grasshopper burger with a side of mealworm fries? A food pop-up is serving free lunch in D.C.
It sounds like something out of a sci-fi novel. But it just might be the future of trauma medicine.
This weekend's top concerts include local favorites, an indie underdog and even a cover band.
While hotels in the region are either swinging open their expansive doors or renovating their space to attract new business, those looking for something a little different can turn to Airbnb to book a room in someone's empty den or vacant apartment.
Ex-DC lawmaker Michael Brown sentenced to 39 months for taking bribes in FBI sting
A copycat of the San Francisco "HiddenCash" benefactor may have popped up in D.C., operating under the Twitter handle "I Hid The Cash."
The visitor center at the Capitol shut down briefly Thursday after a white, powdery substance was discovered at the entrance.
In just a minute and a half, the video shows three months of construction, ending in a big finale.
The National Park Service is setting the record straight about coyote-wolf hybrids after an outdoors publication says the breed is invading D.C.'s Rock Creek Park.
On Wednesday night, Ward 6 Councilmember Tommy Wells and representatives of the D.C. police provided worried residents with an update on the crimes at a community meeting.
Weekend work means riders will wait longer for Metro trains this weekend
The rising singer-songwriter Shelea now has a hit on the Billboard R&B charts.
Eric Rosenberg is appealing a rush-hour restriction ticket he received while parked on Wisconsin Avenue in Glover Park. He says he was parked in the southbound lanes and wasn't violating any restrictions, which were in place for outbound traffic at the time.
A fire engine crew waited on D Street Southeast for the ambulance, which was rerouted to another call before the woman fell unconscious and the crew loaded her into the fire truck and got her to the hospital.
Looks like one of the region's best known beer makers is also looking to get into the burger game.
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