Solar plane lands in Texas, completes 2nd leg of trip intended to boost clean energy interest
Two southbound lanes of 14th Street NW have now reopened to traffic.
The fifth annual "potholepalooza" was a success in D.C. with nearly 4,000 potholes getting filled over the last month.
Police investigate Metrobus crash that killed pedestrian on Georgia Ave. in suburban Maryland
Teen who dragged Md. trooper with car won't be charged; officer's condition improving
Hospital chain MedStar Health is expanding its network of walk-in clinics, announcing plans for two more urgent care clinics not previously disclosed.
Members of the 3rd U.S. Infantry Regiment, the Army's official ceremonial unit, Thursday placed flags before the graves and niches of all service members buried at both Arlington and the U.S. Soldier's and Airmen's Home National Cemetery.
Even as thousands flock to the D.C. area to observe Memorial Day, police presence in the region is being scaled back: Sequester cuts are forcing furloughs in the U.S. Park Police and other agencies.
The D.C. Tax Revision Commission will hold a public hearing next month to receive public testimony on how to make the District’s tax code more fair and more competitive.
When stacked against states, no state comes close to long-term appreciation of home values in the District, where prices have nearly tripled in the last 22 years.
Vicksburg marks 150th anniversary of Civil War siege that gave Union control of Miss. River
Virginia landmark Natural Bridge, caverns and hotel is up for sale
Woman, 52, dies 1 day after being rescued from burning townhome in Crofton
Md. man remains on sex offender registry after winning appeal to state's highest court
Siblings receive $91,000 settlement from Md. after plummeting over dam on Potomac River
Services planned Friday in Charlottesville for 10-year-old Crozet shooting victim
AG mulling appeal of piggyback tax decision that could cost local governments
Quantico woman sentenced to more than 8 years in baby's murder
Fired Sykesville, Md., firefighter claims gender bias in lawsuit; pregnancy leave at issue
Federal audit cites Baltimore city schools spending of stimulus money on cruises