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.
DC police: Body of unidentified woman found on shore of Potomac, near Kennedy Center
Reta Lewis, a former Clinton administration official, is set to formally announce her campaign for District of Columbia mayor.
Rep: Chris Brown entering rehab following assault charge in DC
Oracle, Red Hat join in effort to fix problems crippling Obama's healthcare site
Police arrest a 38-year-old man in connection with an attack on a George Washington University professor last weekend.
Report: DHS employees abusing overtime allowances, being paid for time not necessary for jobs
It's perfectly OK to smash your pumpkin this weekend at the annual Punkin Chunkin. That, plus a calendar full of arts, crafts, cooking and performance events are all happening this weekend, Nov. 1-3.
A "Saturday Night Live" parody of Obamacare and the healthcare.gov website got a lot of laughs when SNL's Kate McKinnon portrayed Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius -- but it wasn't too far from the truth.
FotoWeek DC opens for 10 days, featuring 100+ exhibits, programs and events
District of Columbia Police Chief Cathy Lanier says New York City's stop-and-frisk policy probably helped reduce crime but became a less acceptable police tactic as communities there became safer.
Metro and police say a juvenile was stabbed during a fight involving several people at the L'Enfant Plaza Metro station.
What's happening in the concert scene this weekend? Read on for the highlights.
GOP blocks Obama nominees for federal court, housing agency; Senate Dems assess a response
An international law firm with offices in D.C. is on the hot seat for sending its female attorneys a memo that sounds like advice from another century.
Crews to begin removing scaffolding from Washington Monument in less than 2 weeks
Safety devices meant to put an end to illegal U-turns on Pennsylvania Avenue have frustrated some of the very people they're meant to protect.