Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel to lead Veterans Day ceremony at Vietnam Veterans Memorial in DC
A former Georgetown University student who pleaded guilty to possessing the deadly toxin ricin has been sentenced to a year and one day, plus supervised release and community service.
The Veterans Day crowd on the National Mall this year may dwarf a typical Fourth of July gathering and look more like an inauguration.
The Metropolitan Police Department is investigating a number of similar crimes involving people who are held up at gunpoint on the street.
U.S. Army Ranger Joe Kapacziewki was honored with the Paul Ray Smith Award.
Are you looking for a mature canine companion who still has lots of get up and go? If so, Galena is your gal.
3 DC men sentenced to between 20 and 25 years in drive-by shooting that hurt 13
MOM's Organic Market opening at the Hecht's Warehouse project in Ivy City will be the first tenant to move into Douglas Development's conversion of the former retail warehouse.
More big-name chefs are migrating from New York to D.C. to open restaurants. What's drawing them to the nation's capital? A famous chef tells us.
DC police believe 3 recent robberies in northwest Washington are related
At the "Save our African American Treasures," black people learn the value of history.
Students at Gonzaga College High School are being told to replace their classes with prayer Monday morning after one of their friends was killed in a tragic crash.
Kenneth Clayton simply walked out the back door of the Psychiatric Institute of Washington.
A man who's charged with assaulting a police officer has escaped from the Psychiatric Institute of Washington, law enforcement officials said Monday.
D.C. can wave goodbye to its last traditional car dealership. Ourisman Volkswagen is burning rubber for a new, roomier home in Bethesda.
Hiker killed in cliff fall in South Dakota identified as 50-year-old man from Washington, DC
Washington Nationals first baseman Adam LaRoche is spending his offseason with a different type of game.
Britain's Princess Anne opens exhibit on Magna Carta at US library to mark 800th anniversary
Two of D.C.'s cultural institutions in the restaurant and retailing world will join forces next year when Politics and Prose begins curating the retail book operations at most locations of Busboys & Poets.
DC's pot legalization initiative brings debate over marijuana laws to new Republican Congress
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