There were stars on the mikes and fireworks in the sky when Doug E. Fresh and Arrested Development helped celebrate Emancipation Day in the District on April 16 in Freedom Plaza.
They call him "Johnny Marathon." It's just one of those nicknames that really fits.
In the next year, possibly hundreds of thousands of D.C. residents will be scrambling for a new license.
A small chain of coffee shops in D.C. ranks highly on The Daily Meal's nationwide list.
The District of Columbia's health insurance exchange is once again extending the deadline for people to sign up for insurance without paying a tax penalty.
Police are alerting drivers to expect closures downtown for the Emancipation Day parade, festival and fireworks display.
It's looks like a music lesson, but really, it's therapy. Music therapists deliver treatments through song and play.
A baby squirrel fell 75 feet from a tree and is recuperating -- with an over-sized cast -- at D.C.'s Wildlife Rehabilitation Center.
D.C. police are investigating the deaths of two men found dead below a Pennsylvania Avenue bridge in Anacostia.
Three D.C. firefighters who ignored a dying man may soon be punished by the department for their actions, according to a report from NBC Washington.
After $15 million in repairs and a shutdown of some 32 months, the Washington Monument is reopening May 13 — and you can start reserving your tickets Wednesday.
Metro to resume weekend work after 4-week break; buses to replace trains on orange, blue lines
Despite daytime highs in the upper 40s Wednesday, there is also a freeze watch for Wednesday night into Thursday for much of the listening area.
In honor of Jackie Robinson Day, baseball players across the MLB are wearing the number 42. The number, now retired, was Robinson's number when he played for the Dodgers.
Wanting to be a part of the discussion about future land use, environmental protections and equal rights, a Native American nation is filing a human rights petition against the U.S. government.
A large tree fell in D.C. Tuesday afternoon, crushing cars and blocking Metro bus service on the 96 line.
Nearly complete Tyrannosaurus rex arrives at new home in Smithsonian for new dinosaur hall
Man who disrupted Supreme Court argument gets time served; video of the protest was a 1st
Emergency responders in the District face new scrutiny following a woman's death in Northeast.
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