Between the Nats game, the Jewish holiday and the usual Friday-afternoon jam, be ready for delays on the roads -- and on Metro too.
The Washington Post is alerting its subscribers to a scam aimed at getting the members to pay a third party for the renewal of the paper.
Rhode Island senator resigns from Eisenhower Memorial project after 13 years
Friends and family members say a D.C. bartender has been found after he went missing Monday.
While D.C. hasn't banned plastic bags, like California just did, charging for them is proving effective.
It's OK Nationals fans: you can skip your previous obligations Friday to watch the team face off against the San Francisco Giants Friday. After all, the presidents say so.
Kennedy Center opens musical 'Evita' in DC more than 30 years after its Broadway debut
DC Council committee to hold hearing on bills that would criminalize revenge porn
As the Nats open up the playoffs, Face of the Franchise Ryan Zimmerman faces questions about where he fits into the equation now and in the future.
Secret Service moves forward as outsiders look for new boss, hunt for internal flaws
PEPCO says the outage, which began at about 9 p.m., is due to a problem at the Benning Road substation.
Restaurants situated near Nationals Park will get at least a few more days of madness this weekend as the Nationals begin their home stand for the division title. And if they're lucky — they meaning the restaurateurs — the streak could continue well into October.
A famous food brand opened a four-week pop-up restaurant, but food isn't the only thing on the menu. What it hopes to accomplish.
Take note baseball fans: there are tickets available to see playoff baseball in person at Nationals Park.
Secret Service chief quits due to White House security lapses, eroding congressional support
A 13-year-old boy was shot and killed by his 14-year-old best friend Tuesday in what the boy's father is calling a tragic accident.
DC officers begin wearing body cameras to make investigations more efficient
The nascent biscuit sandwich company — it just launched in July — just won the Launch Pad challenge from new food incubator Mess Hall.
If you want to see a cool view of the District, here's one from 500 feet above.
A new bar in Georgetown is attracting everyone from college students to retirees. What's keeping everyone coming back? The keys are the key.
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