Enjoying a game at Nationals Park is one of the most expensive family outings in Major League Baseball, according to Chicago-based Team Marketing Report.
The District government is going off the reservation for its electricity supply, preparing a utility-sized solicitation to purchase a third of its power from alternative sources.
Some neighbors complain that a once quaint row house has become an eyesore, towering above the houses that share the block after the owner added three and a half stories on top.
The Nationals Park area in D.C. is one of the most expensive ballpark neighborhoods in the country.
A Prince George's County judge will not sentence former D.C. police officer Jamelle Stallings on counts of fraud and theft.
National Endowment for the Humanities honors Martin Scorsese with lecture at Kennedy Center
Athletes, celebrities join Obama and family for annual Easter Egg Roll
D.C. ranks in the top five cities with the worst pest problem.
Before Stephen Strasburg threw a strike to open the Washington Nationals' season, an American hero -- Clint Romesha -- tossed the ceremonial first pitch.
The National Park Service initially hoped to remove 60 deer from Rock Creek Park, but Park Service spokeswoman Carol Johnson says officials are still pleased with the results.
Another Easter egg hunt took place across from the White House in hopes of attracting attention and raising awareness about childhood cancer.
Smithsonian Reproductive scientists and vets performed a second artificial insemination on giant panda Mei Xiang Saturday.
The National Zoo commemorated the African-American community on Monday for a tradition that dates back to 1891.
Monday marks the first day of construction for the D.C. Streetcar Project and traffic will be affected along H Street and Benning Road.
Washington is welcoming the largest celebration of French culture and language in the world -- the Francophonie Cultural Festival.
The Nationals start the season Monday at home. Here's what you need to know, if you are going to the game.
Most food drives collect items loaded in carbohydrates, but low-income families really need food rich in protein. So one D.C. fitness trainer is starting a Protein Food Drive in April.
Metro plans to add surveillance cameras to its rail cars for the first time and is spending millions of dollars to triple the number of surveillance cameras monitoring its stations and parking garages.
Two of the five DC Circulator bus routes are beginning longer hours for the summer season.
Though their names can border on the comical - i.e., the "student success fee" - there's nothing funny about how they can add up. Colleges lean on fees to bring in revenue in a way that may not be as apparent to as many students.