Federal prosecutors say the District of Columbia attorney general's office is withholding documents relevant to their ongoing investigation of corruption in city politics.
A drop in the number of bars in Georgetown has temporarily lifted restrictions on the few liquor licenses allowed in the historic neighborhood.
The man who was photographed caring for the memorial grounds during the government shutdown is being rewarded for his good deeds.
Smithsonian unveils 3D scanning, printing initiative to take artifacts beyond museum walls
Orange says he's in DC mayoral race to stay, is not concerned about federal investigation
One month later, D.C. police are still not saying much about a bizarre traffic stop near Eastern Market that resulted in six tickets and $905 in fines, other than that the department will only investigate the incident if the driver files a complaint against the officer.
Sharing the road with bicyclists and drivers continues to bring headaches in D.C.
With winter around the corner, the Salvation Army and other organizations that help the homeless are gearing up for what some forecasters say will be a frigid season.
Prayer and fasting might be the push needed to get Congress to agree on something.
Tribal leaders thank Obama for voicing concern over Washington Redskins name
Veteran SeaWorld trainer Dawn Brancheau was killed in 2010 when a six-ton killer whale named Tilikum pulled her into a pool during a show in Orlando.
Less drum, no huddle and unbeaten: Gallaudet has NFL prospect, aims for 1st NCAA berth
Wizards and Capitals owner hopes for better traffic flow, more police around Verizon Center
Virginia State Police identify 3 family members killed in crash in weekend Prince George Co
What does it take to pull off a sustainable and environmentally-friendly wedding?
DC intersection being renamed for Bulgarian lawmaker credited with actions during Holocaust
Obama has Irish pub lunch with US troops ahead of White House meeting with military leadership
He's known as the creator of "Family Guy" and director of the raunchy film comedy "Ted."
Former D.C. Councilmember Michael A. Brown is asking a federal judge to let him take one last vacation before he goes to prison.