For weeks, the Bison just wanted to get on the college football map. Now they're squarely in the spotlight, with a 9-1 record, a conference title and the first NCAA playoff berth for a men's team in school history.
Another 17 people were arrested Wednesday on federal charges of trafficking drugs from Texas to D.C.
DC fire department likely to recommend encrypting radios in wake of Navy Yard shooting
New York Congresswoman Grace Meng hit on head, robbed of purse in DC, not seriously hurt
A public art project is breathing new life into a vacant federal building slated for demolition near the Washington Navy Yards.
WTOP Film Critic Jason Fraley joins director Steven Spielberg on the red carpet at the National Archives.
D.C. Mayor Gray called the National Capitol Planning Commission rejection of possible changes to existing height restrictions "disappointing."
Chef Jeffrey Katz of Amphora says carving a turkey can be made simple with a few easy steps.
She was hoping for a nice bike ride through Columbia Heights, but instead Phoebe Connolly was punched in the face by a teenager.
The concept of food delivery is no longer just for boxes of pizza and paper bags filled with egg rolls.
Nearly 3-month-old panda cub at National Zoo has taken its first steps
Just because yoga is a practice that emphasizes graceful movements and peaceful thoughts, does not mean it is risk-free.
Mexican Cultural Institute exhibit examines Diego Rivera's painting 'Man at the Crossroads'
Transcript of Nuremberg trials coverage from World War II donated to US Holocaust Museum
Wal-Mart's first two stores in the nation's capital will open on Wednesday, Dec. 4.
Smithsonian magazine awards American Ingenuity Awards to US innovators in art, tech, science
Thrift Savings Plan hardship withdrawals hit a record high last month, showing how hard last month's 16-day government shutdown hit federal employees.
New York-based Altamarea Group, which opens Osteria Morini in the Lumber Shed building at The Yards Tuesday, prides itself on being a trailblazer in up-and-coming neighborhoods — you know, Capitol Riverfront, London's Haymarket neighborhood, Istanbul.
According to researchers, emailing and typing on the computer throughout the day can lead to long pauses in breathing, similar to issues prompted by the condition known as sleep apnea.
D.C.'s first two Wal-Marts will open on the same day, just in time for holiday shopping: Dec. 4. Both stores will open at 8 a.m. that day, according to a statement from Wal-Mart.