Danielle Bradbery of 'The Voice' to perform for Memorial Day, welcoming home Afghanistan vets
Pujols chats with ex-manager La Russa, hears from Big Papi, Jeter, after hitting 500th homer
Monday's shooting near the National Zoo came as a surprise to most people, but it turns out that the police may have known that trouble was coming.
Families often choose where to live based on a good school in the neighborhood, but proposed changes in the District could mean children might not get to attend the desirable school Mom and Dad made sure to move close to.
It's more than just a ball. A lot of science, technology and money goes into making the World Cup ball. But does it make a difference?
Drivers' complaints helped uncover a larger problem in the ticketing program in the District of Columbia that lacks proper safeguards to protect innocent drivers, mostly from Maryland and Virginia.
Singer Chris Brown's DC assault trial is delayed for months; judge says singer to stay jailed
Think of it as a non-televised version of the restaurant rags-to-riches shows "Hell's Kitchen" or "Restaurant: Impossible."
Tight inventory continues to push housing prices up in the Washington market, and any relief will come from new construction more than from existing homes being sold.
Washington Nationals' Zachary Walters is not bashful about his love of the Disney animated movie "Frozen." In fact, he is using it to help him get pumped up at games.
Two people were hurt in a school bus accident in Southeast.
As Potomac Video in Chevy Chase prepares to close its doors this spring, D.C. is losing not only the last remaining brick and mortar video store, but also the expertise that distinguishes this neighborhood institution from big box competitors.
US Army units prepare for another season of Twilight Tattoos showcasing military pageantry
DC officials ask for public's ideas on renovation of Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library
Family and friends worried about the health of Mohamed Soltan, a 26- year-old American held for more than 235 days in an Egyptian prison, are calling for his release.
Federal prosecutors say a corrections officer at a Washington jail has been charged with smuggling a cellphone to an inmate for money.
Emails and text messages that included talk about raping women and doing drugs, as well as racist, sexist and homophobic language, have prompted an investigation at American University.
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National Zoo launches 'endangered song' with Oregon band to help save endangered tigers
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