Metro says shuttle buses will replace trains on parts of the Red, Blue and Yellow lines this weekend.
Hundreds of thousands of federal workers may be put on notice that they could be furloughed in the event of sequestration.
A Washington charter school board has voted to allow a California nonprofit to open up to eight charter schools in the District.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., has purchased a Penn Quarter condo for $740,000.
The gridlock in Congress over finding a way to avoid sequestration could actually mean less gridlock on D.C.-area roads.
Banks based in the Washington area are coming off their most profitable year ever, according to data released Tuesday by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
When a popular app that predicted Metro's train and bus times mysteriously stopped working in December, many D.C. area commuters were left in the dark -- and out in the cold -- at bus stops.
Ever see the rows of German luxury cars lining the streets in D.C. and wonder how all those people can afford them? As it turns out, Washington-area residents have a lot more money to spend on their cars than people do in any other major U.S. city.
Police Chief Cathy L. Lanier has ordered the 1920dc and Asefu's Restaurant closed for four days, labeling them a threat to public safety.
If you're in the mood for doughnuts, pizza or cocktails, three new D.C. area eateries that opened this month will satisfy your cravings.
Shelters around the country and in the D.C. region say the need for spaying and neutering pets is clear. There are just too many animals for too few homes.
Sunstone Hotel Investors Inc. has completed a $30 million renovation of rooms and suites at its Renaissance Washington, D.C. Downtown Hotel.
The D.C. Council has voted to reprimand Councilmember Jim Graham for his role in a lottery contract scandal.
Catholic University of America was issued a permit Friday to construct a single-family "unit" at 620 Michigan Ave. NE, on its campus. New student housing? Faculty residence? Nope.
After wearing out at least 21 pairs of walking shoes, Alan Bounville ended his 6,000 mile awareness walk in Washington, D.C. on Saturday. It was a very long walk "Into The Light" to end gender discrimination.
A Washington firm is continuing efforts to bring high-speed, magnetic levitation trains to the region.
WTOP's Thomas Warren reports. More on the academy.
The White House released a breakdown of how Maryland, Virginia and D.C. would be affected.
A vehicle went over the Arlington Memorial Bridge Sunday night, closing traffic in both directions.
There is new evidence that lowering the drinking age may result in more binge drinking and not just among the young.