Police are investigating a fatal stabbing on Connecticut Avenue in Northwest D.C. on Monday.
A Northeast man was saved from injury on Sunday evening when a bullet hit the wallet and cellphone in his pocket instead of his stomach, the Washington Post reports.
Planning commission says DC height restrictions could be eased outside downtown core
DC mayor Vincent Gray signs bill allowing people in US illegally to get driver's licenses
The Redskins talked all week about coming out and proving that this season still had hope. They kept referring to last season's magical seven-game run as evidence that it could happen, especially with how weak the NFC East has been this season.
D.C. Councilmember Vincent Orange says he's building consensus for the District of Columbia to approve a minimum wage of $11.50 an hour, which would be one of the nation's highest.
A zebra bit a National Zoo staffer Monday, a National Zoo spokesman says.
Google has agreed to a settlement requiring the Internet giant to change its privacy practices, in particular its setting cookies on certain Safari web browsers during 2011 and 2012.
Washington Post Co. will become Graham Holdings Nov. 29, reflecting sale of newspaper
Lady Sheba is a wonderful, nurturing mother, but now she's ready for some peace and quiet in a home of her own.
A Metro train struck at deer at the Addison Road station during the Monday morning rush hour, causing delays on the Blue Line.
Nycci Nellis of the "The List Are You On It" has some delicious ways you can help donate to Typhoon Haiyan relief efforts.
A masked suspect shot an off-duty D.C. fire captain in during an attempted robbery in Southeast Saturday afternoon, police say.
The National Museum of African American History and Culture received its first artifacts on Sunday morning. They are so large the museum will need to be built around them.
Fat cats and pudgy pooches need homes too, and a local shelter is working to spotlight the need of the animals that offer a lot to love.
National Zoo panda cub born in August now weighs nearly 10 pounds
Metro will issue more than 500 refunds to riders who complained about delays this past week on the Red Line.
The ice skating rink at the National Gallery of Art Sculpture Garden is now open to skaters for the winter season.
The D.C. Yellow Cab insignia will live on — in black.
Ron Burgundy's parody of TV news lands at DC's Newseum with exhibit inspired by 'Anchorman'