The number of speed camera tickets issued to motorists in portions of the District has decreased, new numbers show.
NAACP launching search for new leader after Benjamin Jealous announces plans to step down
The Redskins home opener on Monday Night Football will put a crimp in many commuters' plans that evening as the 'Skins host the Eagles.
Metro brought in $20 million less in fare revenue than projected during the last year due to dropping ridership.
NAACP preparing search committee to find new president and CEO after Jealous departs
DC lawmakers to introduce legislation to block aggressive practice of recouping city tax debts
A steady stream of firefighters stopped by a Capitol Hill bar Monday morning for "Breakfast for Boston," a fundraiser for the family of a fallen D.C. firefighter.
CVS Caremark Corp. has opened two more MinuteClinic locations, one in Glover Park and another in West End.
Metropolitan police ask for the public's help in finding a missing 13-year-old girl.
The Secret Service has charged a driver with stabbing two people near the Georgetown waterfront.
A 21-year-old woman has been arrested and charged with kidnapping an infant last week, officials say.
Metropolitan police arrested a man after he allegedly smashed a picture of St. Mary at a church in Northwest.
D.C. schools officials say the first paychecks of the school year for hundreds of teachers were late or too small.
Making homemade, fresh baby food is a simple and cost-effective alternative to store-bought products.
The improv recap of Harry Potter books, plus lots of pop culture references, left the audience at Sidney Harman Hall doubled over in their seats with laughter.
A three-judge federal panel will hear arguments Monday between Verizon and the Federal Communications Commission that could determine the future of the Internet.
More homeowners are putting houses on the market, driving prices -- and buyers' choices -- up.
Members of different faiths look to promote religious understanding during 9-11 commemorations.
For the second straight morning, many in the area were without power Sunday.