Crime Museum in DC to open new exhibit with US Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency
D'Vauntes Smith-Rivera had 18 points and a career-high 12 rebounds Tuesday night, and Georgetown frustrated Doug McDermott until late in the game, holding off a rally led by the nation's leading scorer in a 75-63 win over No. 13 Creighton.
D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray complains to the Secret Service for closing portions of 14th Street Tuesday, causing gridlock.
Another athletic gear purveyor is planting its flag in Georgetown: Under Armour Brand House will open in the former Nathans space at Wisconsin and M street NW.
The D.C. Council will take a final vote on a bill that would decriminalize possession of small amounts of marijuana.
The administrator of the General Services Administration wants to establish a civilian cybersecurity center in the Washington, D.C. metro area.
Closing, delays continue as temperatures dip after latest snowstorm
The Washington Nationals is accepting applicants to perform the national anthem during the upcoming season.
It's Shrove Tuesday, also known to many as "National Pancake Day."
D.C.-based 2Armadillos makes and sells crispy chickpeas. With a little national exposure, business for the new company is booming.
Mastro's, an upscale steakhouse and seafood restaurant new to the Washington region, will fill the shuttered M&S Grill restaurant space at the corner of 13th and F streets NW,
Cycloramic just may be the app that you never knew you needed. See video of how it works to give you 180-degree or 360-degree panoramic photo images or video, hands-free.
National Park Service says visitors to Washington-area parks spent nearly $929 million in 2012
Fat Tuesday is a time to eat and be merry because the following day marks the beginning of Lent, when observers typically give up something for 40 days.
Things are about to go down in the District - power lines, to be exact.
WTOP's Max Smith went out to take a first-hand look at the sledding in Battery Kemble Park, including a few runs down the hill with a GoPro.
Not letting the fresh snow go to waste, two friendly snowball fights broke out around the area Monday.
Walloped again: Another storm drops more snow and ice across US at tail end of harsh winter
Washington, D.C., ranks No. 2 for both starting salaries and job opportunities, according to rankings from consumer finance site NerdWallet.
Mid-Atlantic region takes another snow day as winter storm's ice, snow make roads treacherous