As the District of Columbia prepares for the beginning of streetcar service, busy work is going on over the next few weeks up and down the H Street-Benning Road NE corridor.
DC council chairman: barring donors from obtaining city contracts would end 'pay to play'
Cold weather was the hot topic of conversation at the WMATA board meeting Thursday, but beyond responding to the cracked line that delayed commuters that morning, Metro representatives acknowledged ongoing problems on the Orange line.
Billy Joel will play at Nationals Park, the Nationals and D.C. have announced.
Homeless shelters throughout the region are scrambling to fill the high demand for beds created by freezing temperatures.
Ted Leonsis, CEO of the company that owns Washington Capitals, Wizards, Mystics and Verizon Center, believes exposing fans to groundbreaking techhnology is an important way to "make sure people want to continue to come to arenas, and that they're wowed."
A broken rail caused delays on Metro's Blue and Yellow lines for Thursday morning's rush hour.
Following in the footsteps of several D.C. restaurant industry colleagues, chef Frederik de Pue wants to take more than one bite at the apple with his new concept, Menu MBK.
Wiping employees' personal devices is becoming more common among a growing number of companies.
An armed-robbery suspect is hospitalized Wednesday after a police chase and shooting near Northeast D.C. and the District line near Prince George's County.
Homeless shelters and other public buildings are open for people to get in from the cold.
Abortion opponents gather in Washington for annual protest, march to US Supreme Court
With snow blanketing the D.C. area, there is more than enough fluffy white stuff to turn up your creativity and transform the flakes into a tasty treat.
DC plans trash collection after snow, some pickups may not happen because of road conditions
A student was found dead Tuesday evening in his dorm room at George Washington University's Mount Vernon Campus.
Man charged with killing his father dies of apparent heart attack
2 found fatally shot in house in northwest DC
Another tenant has been announced for The Yards project in Southeast D.C.: an ice cream shop from local ice cream purveyor Ice Cream Jubilee.
Some postal workers say they're tired of delivering mail in the dark, in fear for their own safety.