DC mayor says he is outraged by death of man who collapsed near fire station, got no help
Former Nationals manager Davey Johnson to meet father's WWII POW camp barracks mate in NY
Beatlemania had swept Britain in the early 1960s, but it wasn't until 1964 that the Fab Four played their first concert on American soil.
Longtime DC Councilmember Jim Graham faces sole primary challenger
A busy stretch of D.C. will see disruptions for years due to a new project. You might see brand new city blocks in NW after it's done.
A lengthy commute can be par for the course in the D.C. area, but a new study is finding daily gridlock is taking its toll on women more than men.
At the first of six public meetings on a proposed Metro fare hike, several dozen people came to the Greenbelt Marriott to criticize the plan as punitive to the poor and disabled.
The just-launched SocialRadar app, developed by a DC-based company, is a real-time way to identifies people nearby and remember how you know them.
If you use natural gas to heat your home, it's probably been an expensive month: The cold weather has resulted in some broken records for gas usage in the area.
NASA, Smithsonian's National Air and Space Museum to introduce new US astronaut candidates
Philanthropist David Rubenstein gives $1 million to PBS NewsHour producer WETA in Washington
FAA: DC to Boston flight diverted to Delaware after smoke reported in aircraft
Last month, police in D.C. delayed the start date for tickets on 132 new traffic cameras, but on Saturday the grace period ends.
Draco, a cheetah at the National Zoo, had lost interest in food and had a constricted, ulcerated area in his gastrointestinal tract.
Plenty of organizations, businesses and restaurants in the D.C. area are hosting events and specials for Washingtonians to get a glimpse -- and have a taste -- of the biggest celebration in many Asian cultures.
Bare walls, a note from Pete Carril, and an 8-0 record: New coach transforms American
Metro: weekend work will mean longer waits on 4 of 5 lines
After writing a review on Yelp and Angie's List about a local design and contracting firm, Fairfax County resident Jane Perez is being sued for $750,000 in damages by the contractor, Christopher Dietz.
DC unemployment rate falls to lowest in 5 years, in part because some dropped out of workforce
DC woman accuses police officer of excessive force in federal lawsuit