Recalled from the minors over the weekend by the Colorado Rockies, Tyler Colvin didn't take long to make his presence felt.
Authorities announce recovery of missing pages from diary of key Nazi adviser Alfred Rosenberg
Nationals activate LHP Detwiler from 15-day DL to start Thursday's game
The District's Department of Health has released the patient application form for a medical marijuana card.
Don't let the questionable weather get you down. Rejoice in the National Zoo's latest addition: A male red panda named Rusty.
When it comes to residents, D.C. has a higher percentage of women than any state.
A 37-year-old Silver Spring, Md., man was knocked off his bike and beaten on the Metropolitan Branch Trail Tuesday evening.
Every home should have an emergency kit on hand for when storms and power outages occur.
Pepco has restored power in the Columbia Heights and Petworth areas of the District.
Redskins have no plans to change the offense despite RGS rehabbing surgically repaired knee
D.C. police say a suspect in the attempted sexual assault has been identified and is in custody in another jurisdiction. Police say the suspect knew the victim.
Apache helicopter expert says video Manning leaked of attack could help enemies
Ahead of severe weather, homeowners need to take stock of the trees around their house and along their commuting route.
When you think of D.C., what flavor of ice cream comes to mind?
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell is defending the Redskins name to a bipartisan group of representatives who want it to be changed.
Police in Washington say drivers should expect street closures this weekend because of a walk to benefit pancreatic cancer research.
Ohio man charged with crashing unoccupied Jeep near White House Secret Service guard booth
Researchers at the George Washington University School of Public Health and Health Services say a 15-minute walk, three times a day after meals, helps seniors keep their blood sugar levels in-check and cuts their risk for developing Type 2 diabetes.
It's been slightly more than 50 years since the release of the Beatles first album "Please Please Me," and now the Fab Four will take up residence in the nation's capital.
With severe storms threatening to roll into the area Wednesday, weather forecasters are playing key roles at area utility companies.