DC Council to consider subsidizing college tuition for city students
Wal-Mart shouldn't have any trouble staffing two new "super centers" it plans to open in Washington, D.C., by year's end after it received what it calls an "amazing" response from potential employees.
Thousands of people converged on the World War II Memorial on the National Mall on Sunday morning and tore down the barricades blocking it off, protesting the closure of the memorial during the federal government shutdown.
Wal-Mart, the nation's largest retailer, has announced 600 job openings at two of its stores scheduled to open later this year in the District and hundreds of local workers have flocked to a hiring center in hopes of landing on of those jobs.
The Washington Redskins' nickname was back in the spotlight over the weekend as NBC Sportscaster Bob Costas sounded off during halftime of Sunday's game.
National Geographic Museum features 11 female photographers in new exhibit
DDOT began mailing out the new passes late last week and plan to reach out to residents and the public in a formal announcement Tuesday.
Amtrak carried record number of passengers over past year despite Superstorm Sandy
Runners hoping to take part in the 2014 Marine Corps Marathon will enter a lottery for a shot at a race slot.
Monday is National Dessert Day -- so it's OK to go ahead eat a cookie (or two), in case you needed an excuse.
Furloughed federal employees can take select free courses at Georgetown University.
Big events and an Orange Line closure are the big things to consider when making travel plans this weekend.
Some DC services to be suspended for holiday in what could be preview of shutdown effects
Apple is seeking a patent for technology to flip a falling phone in midair or use built-in jets to cushion its landing.
U.S. Park Police arrested a man who carried an unloaded rifle and ammunition at the World War II Memorial Sunday.
DC police arrest 60 men, women in prostitution sting over 36 hours
Metropolitan police took 60 people into custody within 36 hours for prostitution-related crimes.
On Saturday morning, the DC community was answering the president's call for a dialogue on the issue of mental health paticularly in light of the recent strong of deadly shootings that have rocked the country including the events at the Washington Navy Yard.
There appear to be major problems with the Electronic Benefits Transfer System, the website that handles Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits, Saturday.
The District is running out of the money during the federal shutdown, and D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray says he's spoken to lawmakers with limited success.