A George Washington University study finds the best success comes when teens combine exercise with a quit smoking program.
DC to lower giant machine into ground to dig massive stormwater tunnels
DC hosting annual party for residents age 100 and over, 200 centenarians live in the city
The Nationals' Racing Presidents face a new challenger from the West Wing -- sort of.
A D.C. committee is citing a scheduling conflict in postponing a public hearing set for April 30 to discuss the controversial proposed vending regulations that could limit the number of food trucks in the Central Business District.
Baseball fans have been waiting for the restaurants and bars to open around Nationals Park far longer than they've waited for the season to come back around. Now a handful of watering holes, restaurants and sandwich shops have opened, while some are still under construction.
The waiting room at Capital City Care looks like a typical doctor's office -- hardwood floors, clean open space and a friendly receptionist behind the front desk. But before patients can pass into the back room, they must first scan their index finger to prove they are allowed to be there.
A Florida man is under arrest after police say he brought unregistered guns and ammunition onto the grounds of the U.S. Capitol Building.
Republican Sen. Rand Paul to speak at Howard University
Metro officials say an out-of-service train with no passengers onboard derailed as it was leaving a rail yard in northeast Washington.
Pillow fights aren't just for slumber parties and summer camp shenanigans.
Authorities are investigating after a man's body was pulled from the Potomac River near the 14th Street Bridge.
The cherry blossoms are not in full bloom yet, but they are beginning to pop.
The Choeur des Armaillis de la Gruyere has been singing together since 1955. This weekend, the all-male Swiss choir will bring its a cappella sound -- and traditional Swiss clothing -- to D.C. for two performances.
The proprietor of Joe's Seafood, Prime Steak and Stone Crab is in the final stages of negotiations for its first outpost east of Chicago in an 18,000-square-foot former bank branch a block from the White House.
At airports across the country, flight attendants are handing out leaflets and trying to get the public to support their efforts to keep small knives off of airplanes.
Pepco customers have long been frustrated by power outages that seem to happen too frequently and can stretch on for days. But that perception isn't keeping the company's leader from raking in big bucks.
The U.S. attorney's office in D.C. has stopped an investigation into an Uber car service driver accused of raping a customer and is not prosecuting the case against him.