National Museum of African Art to display Mandela condolence book; public can post messages
If you're looking to get out of the house and engage in some local entertainment, there is plenty to do this weekend, Dec. 6-8.
Judge stays release of DC police officer charged with child pornography for 24 hours
Metro is putting its foot down and standing behind a controversial ad involving women and shoes.
It's one of the worst cases of animal abuse in recent memory -- a grand jury has handed down an array of charges against a D.C. man.
Baker University chooses Gallaudet administrator as new president
The holiday season isn't slowing down the rate of new restaurants opening in the D.C. area.
Every day, more than 10,000 baby boomers turn 65 and join the ever-expanding ranks of senior drivers in the United States.
Hundreds of broadcasters from across the country attended a retirement sendoff for WTOP vice president of news and programming Jim Farley at the Newseum Wednesday night.
FDR library-museum's database hits the Web; digital archives contains documents, photos
Uber is among the companies offering to deliver Christmas trees.
A retired Air Force veteran who has fought an erroneous parking ticket for more than a year now wants D.C. prosecutors to charge the ticket writer and the Department of Motor Vehicles.
Two D.C. men face a rare charge of felony animal cruelty for trying to cut the throat of a bull terrier named McFly.
If you think a single gingerbread house is challenging to make, imagine designing and crafting an entire mini city out of sweets.
Seeking to enhance its technology pedigree, the District is close to signing a deal that would bring a dozen Chinese software firms to the nation's capital. A separate agreement with Microsoft is also almost done.
Service dogs-in-training visited Georgetown University Law Center Wednesday to practice being around people and to help ease the stress of exams for exhausted law students.
DC fire chief touts paramedic hiring; union, councilmember say staffing still problematic
A flash mob at the Air and Space Museum gives visitors an early holiday treat.
Independent Councilmember David Catania forms exploratory committee for DC mayoral bid
What is commonly used among men and women to smooth wrinkles and diminish crow's feet is becoming a more common site in physicians' offices and outpatient rooms in the U.S.