To celebrate, support and raise awareness for survivors of breast cancer, a group of women in the news industry are banning together for the annual NewsBabes Bash for Breast Cancer.
Online restaurant reservation service OpenTable has quietly launched its mobile payment platform in the D.C. area.
D.C. Councilman Jack Evans says the council chairman approved $10 million in the city's fiscal year 2015 budget for the new park expected to span Connecticut Ave. at Q St.
Woman arraigned in connection with the fatal stabbing of 80-year-old NY woman
DC Council to vote on bill enhancing penalties for employers who steal workers' pay
With the problem of sexual assaults and other violence on college campuses, a personal safety app aims to provide students with a real-time lifeline to school security officers.
First lady's fabulous fashions: Love the clothes, but who pays the bills?
Singer Chris Brown is a free man today for the first time in months. But the Grammy-award winning singer, released from Los Angeles County jail, must still face justice later this month in Washington.
Driver who fatally struck pedestrian in DC gets 7 years
Police: siblings arrested for bank robbery in DC also responsible for robbing Md. gas station
Ahoy, matey! Meet Pirate, a handsome 3-year-old Labrador mix, available for adoption.
Kariah Shepherd is safe, police say.
A Veterans Treatment Court will open in Fairfax in January.
It might seem a little early to worry about hurricanes, but the season starts June 1. And a tropical storm hit Florida on June 5 last year.
A flight attendant asked Adam Popp to move from his seat on an Alaska Airlines flight.
"It's somewhere between a giant game of tag, a race and capture the flag or scavenger hunt," an organizer says.
On Friday night, police were called to the Sursum Corda Cooperative and found Donta Thrower suffering from a gunshot wound. He died at the hospital.
On Saturday, a group of Nigerians rallied outside the Nigerian Embassy for a safe return of the 200 kidnapped school girls.
Wash. Dry. Bike.
A local business is honoring Maya Angelou with her own words.
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