The District is getting its first gluten-free baker.
Spy Museum looks at fact, fiction of TV drama 'The Americans' about Soviet-era spies in US
Signs of spring: Cherry blossoms reach peak bloom this week as predicted in DC
Homebuying just got a little more complicated in the District of Columbia.
Restaurateurs camp out for liquor licenses available in Georgetown
DC Water is putting $700 million dollars towards alleviating the continual flooding in a Northwest neighborhood.
A local 'brewery' is making a healthy, effervescent drink, packed with probiotcs.
The group of five photographers snapping away at the Tidal Basin Wednesday afternoon looked like every group of people admiring the cherry blossoms. But these men see the world differently. They are autistic.
Peak bloom for the cherry blossoms also means peak traffic around the Tidal Basin. Here are some tips to avoid the worst of it.
The Metropolitan Police Department has been leading the search for 8- year-old Relisha Rudd, who was last seen Feb. 26 at a shelter in Southeast D.C., and Chief of Police Cathy Lanier says it is still a very active investigation.
The police say Salvadore Rivera was last seen in the 2800 block of Otis Street, in Northeast, at about 4 p.m. Monday.
D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray says he's directed two deputy mayors to conduct a review of the case of a missing 8-year-old and make recommendations about any needed reforms.
White and pink flowers dot the sky around the Tidal Basin as D.C.'s cherry blossom trees approach full bloom.
Interior Sec. Sally Jewell, students to mark 75th anniversary of Marian Anderson's concert
Katie Couric, Gwen Ifill among speakers for American University commencement ceremonies
Last year, a human rights organization sharply criticized D.C. police for what it called callous treatment of sexual assault cases. But now, the it has changed its tune offering high praise for a package of reforms passed by the D.C. Council.
If you dream of owning a car that drives itself, Nissan is promising to sell them by 2020. And part of the region is taking steps to plan for their arrival on the roads.
What if the human body could use its own blood to repair itself? A relatively new type of pain therapy has potential to help with osteoarthritis and patients who need knee replacements.
A District boy is hospitalized after his pleas for help were reportedly ignored at his D.C. charter school, his mother says.
The District of Columbia wrote more than 1.8 million parking tickets in fiscal year 2013, netting $84.4 million in parking fines, according to AAA Mid-Atlantic.
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