The D.C. area is no stranger to intense, heavy rain. So how does Wednesday's rain and flooding compare to tropical storms, which are common events in the summer and early fall?
Heavy rains cause sewage overflows at 2 DC-area pumping stations
Liquor Bar, a cocktail bar from restaurateur Ari Gejdenson, will open at Sixth and F streets NW across from Verizon Center, according to building owner Douglas Development Corp.
Festival of labor in the arts set to begin in DC; events include talk by Sen. Elizabeth Warren
With fewer apartments building parking garages, one company hopes to ease commutes and expand options with its multi-modal transit displays.
Looks like the Mintwood Place folks are the next D.C.-area restaurateurs to want in on the Shaw neighborhood.
Georgetown University sophomore Daniel Milzman, who is accused of making the biological toxin ricin in his dorm room.
Government agencies haven't requested the American Red Cross set up shelters due to area flooding, but as the storm hit, the agency released a flood app.
Thursday is the day D.C. starts issuing new driver's licenses and ID cards that comply with the federal REAL ID Act.
One Eight Distilling plans a summer opening in a Northeast D.C. warehouse and has brand new bottle designs to show off now.
DC corrections officer charged with bribery, is accused of smuggling cellphone to inmate
Man convicted of killing 91-year-old wife sentenced in Washington to 50 years imprisonment
For the first time since Ted Leonsis became the Wizards' majority owner in 2010, they're headed to the second round of the NBA playoffs.
Graduation season is nearly upon us. That means a job hunt is next for many, and Washington is the place where they should look. D.C. is the best city for recent college graduates, according to a new analysis of the 50 largest cities in the country by NerdWallet.
Every month, Playback the Tape hosts screenings at bars, galleries and restaurants throughout D.C. It's a way for the culturally curious to gather together and reminisce over old movies and TV shows now that the District's last video rental store is preparing to close soon.
The long economic downturn that began in 2008 has made it tough for recent college graduates to find jobs.
Potential remedies for election night delays in D.C. might cost millions of dollars, according to elections leaders who spoke at a public hearing Tuesday.
Following 2 extensions, final deadline arrives to sign up for health insurance in DC
More people are ditching traditional dining options and opting for intimate and adventurous food experiences.
Candice Glover from 'American Idol' to join reopening of Washington Monument after restoration
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