Remember a few weeks ago when the owners of the restaurant that replaced The Guards in Georgetown put the bar's sign up for auction?
"Yoga: The Art of Transformation" traces 2,000 years of yoga's history and the visual culture of yoga from a disciplinary perspective.
A billboard inside the Judiciary Square Metro station is getting the attention of prosecutors.
Gun owners in DC ask higher court to intervene and help resolve lawsuit from 2009
DC school bus driver charged with drunken driving after bus found abandoned with kids aboard
It's the 17th Street High Heel Race, and it's become a welcome tradition in Washington, D.C.
Miners, families from across US heading to Washington Tuesday for pro-coal rally at Capitol
D.C. Police Chief Cathy Lanier says her parenting style is 'vastly different' from Maryland Attorney General Doug Gansler, who stopped by a house party where teens were drinking in June.
The Smithsonian's National Portrait Gallery has installed a loaned painting of the first four female Supreme Court justices.
While the D.C. council debates whether to decriminalize marijuana, a synthetic version of the drug is wreaking havoc on teens.
Children from W.Va., Va., Md. to join first lady for announcement about healthy food marketing
Nearly 50 years after President John F. Kennedy's assassination in Dallas, Texas, the National Geographic Channel is presenting a TV experience about events surrounding JFK's death, which premiered in D.C. Monday night.
Former Redskins defensive end Dexter Manley spoke with WTOP's anchors Mike Moss and Bruce Alan Monday morning after the team's stunning defeat in Denver.
An angry D.C. mom is scaring up headlines for her sign scolding a pumpkin thief.
But don't expect to see Bonnie and Clyde.
Singer Chris Brown released from DC court on reduced assault charge after 1st appearance
The American Academy of Pediatrics recommend children who suffer a concussion should take time off of school as well as from the playing field. And local doctors are working with area schools to expand concussion treatment to the classroom.
Roughly 200 of D.C.'s commercial property owners face a choice — turn in their energy and water benchmarking data, or pay a substantial fine.
Free cab rides through SoberRide will be offered in the Washington metro area from 10 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 31 until 4 a.m. Friday, Nov. 1.
Last Tuesday, D.C. driver Anna Russell was pulled over for a routine traffic stop and ended up receiving six tickets.