Senator who helped start Eisenhower Memorial project resigns as panel votes for Gehry design
DC police chief says body cameras for officers will enhance safety for police and public
The man who owns the Capitals and Wizards has his own list of tips for "living a life of purpose."
Correction: American Indian Nicknames-DC story
Secret Service twice interviewed accused intruder before Army vet scaled White House fence
Flood watch issued for DC, northern Virginia, Baltimore, other Md. counties
Metro: 4 lines to be affected by weekend work, only silver and yellow lines unaffected
D.C. police say the body of a man found Saturday in Chillum, Maryland, is "believed to be that of" former city treasurer Lasana Mack.
Not content to open restaurants in the District's most booming neighborhoods, 14th Street and Capitol Hill among them, Ari Gejdenson of Mindful Restaurants is headed for Ivy City in Northeast.
DC Council approves bill allowing concealed handguns in city for first time in decades
Violinist Joshua Bell returning to DC for do-over performance after 2007 stunt in Metro
One of Georgetown's oldest parking lots, owned by one of Georgetown's oldest families, will be redeveloped as a new retail destination.
The local restaurant offerings at Reagan National Airport are growing. "Top Chef" alum Mike Isabella will open another location of Kapnos Taverna there, joining several familiar D.C. area faces.
If you think anesthesiologists make a boatload of cash, you might be surprised at the hourly rate for House members.
The ghosts are back in town now that the leaves are changing and the nights are getting cooler.
Friendship Public Charter School set to open new $18 million Tech Prep Academy in southeast DC
Washington Capitals rookie Nathan Walker is the first Australian ever drafted by an NHL team, and looks to become the first player from down under to play in the league.
A 22-year-old man has been sentenced to more than 11 years in prison for child sexual abuse and possession of child pornography.
Many offices in the D.C. area were filled with frantic typing around 10 a.m. Monday. That's because Washington National's fans were trying to snap up playoff tickets.
The popular Comedy Central show, "South Park" took aim at the Redskins' name in an ad that aired during Sunday's Redskins-Eagles game.
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