The District's new streetcar line will not open until the end of the year - not late summer or early fall as previously hoped, city officials said Friday.
Smithsonian names arts leader from Asia Society as next director for Hirshhorn Museum in DC
A woman is in the hospital with serious injuries after being struck by a dump truck at 6th and Indiana in Northwest D.C.
The annual Astronomy Festival on the National Mall begins at 6 p.m. tonight.
A documentary about big money in politics will play at West End Theater this month despite the public TV influence of the political activist and businessman the film is about.
Embattled D.C. Fire Chief Kenneth Ellerbe says he will step down in July after three years marked by complaints of poor service in the department.
American brasserie The Smith is aiming to open its first location outside of New York at CityCenterDC.
People in D.C. must need a lot of social lubricant: the District of Columbia's average alcohol consumption was the second highest in the United States in 2012.
The D.C. police have confirmed that one body has been found.
While the District's murder rate is up, from a historical perspective, the city's crime rate has undergone a transformation.
A group known for proclaiming anti-gay messages at military funerals and inclusive events will be picketing outside a D.C. high school Monday.
A musical at D.C.'s Warner Theatre is told with the help of 24 Queen songs.
From parking tickets to streetcars and Capital Bikeshare, a D.C. City Council committee began a discussion on Wednesday about overhauling the transportation system in the city.
Millennials are redefining the personal fitness industry, moving away from traditional gym membership plans. They are an active generation that values experiences over stories and have a drive for adventure.
A D.C. high school principal is using a major moment in his life to teach his students about being proud to be themselves.
The developer behind a new condominium project in Georgetown is back with a revised plan after neighbors complained about the horizontal, modern structure that would replace an existing Exxon near the Key Bridge.
More people and more jobs are coming to D.C. and the city's infrastructure needs some work -- $54 billion worth.
From phonographs to helicopters, there's a wealth of history in the 700 block of Girard Street NW. And developer Brook Rose has no intention of tossing that history aside as he recrafts a pair of century-old warehouses into condos.
More than a dozen D-Day veterans will be in Washington Friday to commemorate D-Day.
More traffic equals more regulation at the National Mall.
Hi: 88 °F | Lo: 74 °F