Those looking to get an education in a celebrated slice of Irish culture can find one on a long mahogany bar in a curved glass at Rí Rá's The Whiskey Room.
Suicide among veterans is a growing national problem, but many advocates say despite efforts to put bipartisan issues through Congress, little policy has been pushed forward to help vets at risk.
For the third time in recent days, a D.C. firefighter has been arrested. In the latest arrest, a firefighter has been charged for allegedly setting fire to his own car in an attempt to defraud his insurance company.
After local concerns, hearing on Boston Marathon bombing is moved to Washington
DC mayor's Democratic primary opponents say federal investigation is hurting city
Kennedy Center's 'World Stages' theater festival brings 13 plays, including 'Rupert,' to DC
Nycci Nellis, The List Are You On It
Takoma Park and Metro officials are battling over whether a planned apartment building near the Takoma Metro will be too tall.
It's that time of year again: The Rock 'n' Roll Marathon is coming to town.
Metro will open two hours early to help runners get to the Rock 'N' Roll Marathon in Washington this weekend.
American beats top-seeded Boston U. 55-36 in Patriot League championship
Multiple train malfunctions led to crowding and delays on Metro's Red Line Thursday morning.
D.C. will soon see what it's like to experience tiny living in an apartment with the boom of interest in micro-units.
There's a new price tag on the world's oldest profession.
To one generation George Takei was best-known for his role as Sulu on Star Trek. Today, Takei is widening his appeal from the young to the not-quite-as-young generations.
Amelia Earhart's plane disappeared in 1937 and it remains one of the world's enduring mysteries. Now, explorers are excited about new evidence that could confirm that artifacts found on a remote South Pacific island are from the wreckage of her plane.
We've got some more intel on what the future holds for the Pour House bar space at 319 Pennsylvania Ave. SE after the Capitol Hill institution closes next month.
House committee approves minor change to law that bans skyscrapers in DC
A chemical spill at the Wilson Aquatic Center has resulted in the evacuation of Wilson High School and the swimming area in Northwest D.C.
D.C. Councilmember David Catania Wednesday filed to run for mayor as an independent.