A D.C. nightclub owner being retried on a drug conspiracy charge dramatically tore up a copy of his indictment at the beginning of his new trial.
A work zone will close lanes on New York Avenue NE Monday evening.
In the anxious weeks after the mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn., the idea of bringing more police into the nation's schools has picked up support. But for many parents and educators, there is a more immediate priority: protecting schoolhouse doors.
District of Columbia officials are requiring Donald Trump's organization to pay millions in local property taxes to redevelop the Old Post Office Pavilion into a luxury hotel.
The Fridge on Capitol Hill has become the unofficial center of the graffiti art community and a space for performance artists to explore their creativity thanks to founder Alex Goldstein.
It's official! Crowd favorite Teddy Roosevelt will face new competition this summer as the Nats have named the 'Big Chief' from Ohio, and a baseball icon, the newest racing president.
Thousands of people, many holding signs with names of gun violence victims and messages such as Ban Assault Weapons Now, joined a rally for gun control on Saturday, marching from the Capitol to the Washington Monument.
District of Columbia police say a Waldorf woman was killed in a fiery crash after the van she was driving collided with a D.C. ambulance.
It's official! The Nationals have released the name of the newest racing president.
District of Columbia police are searching for a suspect who opened fire at a northeast Washington nightclub, sending five people to the hospital.
More cases of elder abuse are coming through the D.C. courts as the city's population ages.
The International Association of Blacks in Dance (IABD) is holding its 25th Silver Anniversary International Showcase and its Emerging and Established Artist Performance Showcase in D.C. this weekend, Jan. 24-26.
A District of Columbia man has been arrested in the death of a Maryland teenager.
The nation's capital is the place to be for news, politics, history, and as it turns out, job seekers.
A man who pleaded guilty to punching another man so hard at a Metro station that he fell onto the tracks has been sentenced to 18 months in prison.
A former letter carrier has pleaded guilty to stealing checks and cash from the mail.
Anti-abortion demonstrators from around the country marched through Washington to the steps of the U.S. Supreme Court on Friday to protest a landmark court decision that legalized abortion.
The Washington Post reports that the Washington Nationals will race a new president this season - President William H. Taft.
More than 3,000 people are expected to march on the National Mall on Saturday in support of tighter gun control legislation in the U.S.
The D.C. Record Fair is back, with more than 40 vendors selling vinyl to hundreds of music fans.