Prices at the pump are dropping nationwide. Soon, the average cost for a gallon of regular gasoline in D.C. is expected to fall below $3.35.
Where students with debt live matters. Statistics suggest they're better off in Virginia than in Maryland or D.C., according to WalletHub.com.
Rabbi at DC synagogue who teaches at local universities charged with voyeurism
One of the most common parking signs in the District of Columbia is confusing. So confusing that the city has netted thousands of dollars from drivers unaware they are breaking the rules.
3 Virginians among more than 140 White House fall interns
D.C.'s Old Ebbitt Grill ranks No. 3 on a list of top-grossing restaurants.
Metro is looking for a few good riders to test out a new fare system.
When you're as big as José Andrés, you get to open up and test out a brand new restaurant concept on one of the busiest corners in downtown D.C.
There's no shortage of bars and restaurants experimenting with creative cocktails in the D.C. area, but one mixologist is giving Washingtonians a taste of something unfamiliar to many.
OpenTable is officially launching its mobile payment service in Washington, with a list of 20 popular restaurants to start.
Washington, D.C. , is known for lots of things: monuments, museums, cherry blossoms -- and now rats.
New DC mayor will have to face surge in homelessness amid shelter's woes
The D.C. region is the priciest place to live in the country, the Bureau of Labor Statistics says.
A former player defended the Washington Redskins' name during a panel discussion about the name controversy Monday night.
Washington Animal Rescue League recently received an influx of dogs from other shelters, some of which were pregnant. Now the shelter has a surplus of adorable puppies.
DC pursues pot legalization for racial justice, not tax revenue; will Congress intervene?
This beautiful, cute and cuddly 2-month-old hound mix puppy is available for adoption at the Washington Animal Rescue League.
The head of the Centers for Disease Control says its bottom line is reducing the Ebola risk to Americans. But many are wondering if that's the case, why travel to and from the West African nations at the heart of the outbreak continues.
Crumbs Bake Shop, the cupcake chain that closed all of its stores in July, begins reopening many of its locations under new owners this month, including Washington locations.
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