Northern Virginia man arrested in DC, accused of arranging sex with minor
To accommodate a crowd projected to reach the hundreds of thousands, Metro has shuffled its schedule and planned for a one-day closure of Blue Line service.
Smithsonian launches campaign to raise $1.5 billion to overhaul exhibits, fund endowments
One person is dead after a triple shooting in D.C. on Monday.
Double shooting in DC kills 1 man, injures another; suspect at large
One of the largest private schools in the D.C. region — the Lycée Rochambeau, The French International School — is hoping to bid adieu to its campus in Bethesda and bonjour to a larger consolidated campus to meet the needs of its growing school population.
Reporters Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein will discuss their coverage of the Watergate scandal on The Kalb Report Monday evening.
You read that right: Revolution Growth co-founder and Washington Wizards/Capitals owner Ted Leonsis reveals that, if the Wizards make the playoffs, not only will he get a mohawk haircut, he'll adopt the nickname "Sexual Caramel."
Washington is Lonely Planet's number one destination to visit for 2015, a first-time distinction for the city.
DC landlords, property managers struggle with pressure to held city ease homelessness
The biannual 5x5 Project brings 25 contemporary artworks to the streets, buildings and even sidewalks of D.C.
It's a test to see how quickly first responders can respond to multiple terrorist attacks.
As the U.S. Olympics Committee considers D.C.'s bid to host the 2024 Olympic and Paralympic games -- insiders say they'll be looking to an event this coming summer to see how our area handles an event nearing the same size.
Washington hockey players teamed up with their own pets and rescue dogs to shoot the 2015 Caps Canine Calendar, and it's all for charity.
Police release video of parking attendant beating in September.
Drivers are being warned about a series of closures in D.C. Saturday morning.
Obama names Ebola 'czar' to run widening US response to the disease as criticism mounts
She survived being raped and robbed at gunpoint in college, but the DNA samples collected after her rape sat unprocessed for nine years. Now that woman is bringing her cause to DC to eliminate the backlog of unprocessed rape kits.
DC lawyer: City can't take away Congress' control of local 'purse strings'
It was a big "Oops!" D.C. residents were surprised when they opened up their official voter guides mailed this week and discovered the District's flag upside down on the cover.
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