A missing man who was reunited with his family after he was photographed while pressed against a steam vent to keep warm in downtown Washington is on his way back home to upstate New York.
Washington National Cathedral is clearing all of the chairs out of its nave for a week of special programs using the open space.
National Zoo prepares panda cub Bao Bao for her public debut later this month in DC
More than 130 orthopedic surgeons across the Mid-Atlantic region are forming a group that will contract with insurance carriers as a single unit, a practice executives say is the largest independent orthopedic business in the country.
A photographer out taking cold weather photos snapped a shot that helped a New York family find a missing son in D.C.
Jury selection starts in trial of German man charged with killing elderly wife in DC
A restaurant owner has picked up a celebrity endorsement in his bid for District of Columbia mayor.
Meet Chalupa, the first Pet of the Week for 2014! This sweet cocker spaniel mix is as cute as a button, with a personality to match.
Eric Steiner plans to take advantage of the growing popularity of gardening to grow his composting business, and he's using free coffee grounds from Starbucks to do so.
Upstate NY man reunited with family after AP photo shows him keeping warm on DC street
Michelle Obama getting a few more days in Hawaii as part of her 50th birthday present
Ford's Theatre raises $77k at performances of 'A Christmas Carol' to support DC youth charity
For many in the Hispanic community, the Christmas season isn't over. Monday, Jan. 6 is known as Three Kings Day.
The search has intensified, but there's still no sign of an American University PhD student who was last seen while spearfishing off the coast of Dubai on New Year's Day.
MedStar Washington Hospital Center says a woman gave birth to twins near midnight on New Year's, with one born in 2013 and the other born in 2014.
Sharpshooters will be killing deer in Rock Creek Park during nighttime hours over the next three months as part of a plan by the National Park Service to thin the heard of deer.
The area around the nation's capital is bracing for what could be the coldest temperatures in 20 years.
Since Christmas Eve, the normally quiet Shepherd Park neighborhood has seen a string of armed robberies and car break-ins. Police officers have told neighbors it likely has to do with something the city can fix.
The 2.2 million-square-foot project called Capitol Crossing promises to reconnect and redefine the east end of downtown Washington through the construction of a massive platform over Interstate 395 and the creation of three new city blocks.