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For residents in an apartment complex in Northeast D.C., home sweet home is hardly cozy, and they're not happy.
The District's HIV Prevention Campaign takes multiple forms to get across a message of protection, testing and treatment.
Alexandria's vending machines will no longer be full of high-fat favorites. The change will be made city-wide.
With the arriving cold snap, most of the region will reach for the thermostat and keep the heat on well into next week. But that isn't the case for D.C.'s homeless population.
The Veterans Day crowd on the National Mall this year may dwarf a typical Fourth of July gathering and look more like an inauguration.
With nearly two full months remaining in the year, the Transportation Security Administration has already snagged a record number of guns at security checkpoints.
D.C. voters overwhelmingly said "yes" to legalizing marijuana Tuesday. But members of Congress are already saying "not so fast."
Personal experiences shape views on marijuana legalization in D.C. as voters are to consider a ballot measure Nov. 4.
To accommodate a crowd projected to reach the hundreds of thousands, Metro has shuffled its schedule and planned for a one-day closure of Blue Line service.
A dog mauled a dog sitter on Thursday in a small home with 11 total dogs. By the end, the victim had severe injuries all over her body, and the attacking pet lay dead from a police gunshot.
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