DC Council to debate resolution calling on Redskins to change their nickname
There is a lot of good that comes out of setting the clock back. We have sunnier mornings and on Sunday we were rewarded with an extra hour of sleep.
A disturbing video of an unleashed dog refusing to leave a deer alone in the Rock Creek area is calling attention to leash laws in D.C.
German man accused of killing journalist wife in DC seeks dismissal of murder charge
District-based startup Hinge announced on Monday a $4 million Series A funding that will fuel further development of its dating app and allow it expand to new markets.
Gleaning: It's a term used when a farmer goes out to the field to reap what's left over from harvest. But for one D.C. nonprofit, it means so much more.
A push on Capitol Hill aims to make sure murderers can be removed if buried at a national cemetery.
Donald Trump and his daughter Ivanka are planning many changes to the Old Post Office Pavilion for their $200 million luxury hotel, but that doesn't mean they have free reign on what they can bring to it.
A pie-in-the-sky plan to build a train that could zip from D.C. to Baltimore in just 15 minutes, and to New York in just an hour, is getting some new life.
For women, "below the belt" cancers can be killers.
DC police find gunshot victim while investigating another case in southeast Washington
Mayor Gray helps Key School students, staff celebrate new playground in northwest DC
Protests over public-private partnership delay deal to rebuild DC's West End public library
A bill forcing Wal-Mart to pay employees more didn't make it past the mayor's desk, but D.C. lawmakers are now eyeing a higher minimum wage for all workers.
The D.C. police have been listening in on gunshots in the city, and the numbers may be surprising.
Long cautious on marijuana issues, DC now on fast track to decriminalizing some possession
Eleven-year-old Giavonni Gilliam, who was reported missing, has been found safe and unharmed, according to WJLA.
As Congress decides on how much it will fund the nation's food stamps program, a temporary increase to the program is set to expire. This month, people on the program will begin to receive less money.
About 40 women try out for a spot on the D.C. Divas, a team that plays full-contact football -- just like the boys.