It's late Thursday night in Chevy Chase, D.C. Families are quietly going about their business, putting their kids to sleep and getting ready for the next day. But in a garage on the eastern side of the neighborhood, four men are very seriously studying the chord progression of a Top 40 pop hit.
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The streets were lined along P Street from 22nd Street to Dupont Circle and north on 14th Street between P and S Streets for the 38th Annual Capital Pride Parade.
From the ashes of Wednesday's devastating fire, Frager's Hardware, on Capitol Hill, has taken the first few steps to getting back in business.
Eva Kor is a Holocaust survivor. In 1944, when she was 10 years old, Kor was taken by German soldiers in her home of Transylvania, Romania. She was placed in the notorious Auschwitz concentration camp in German-controlled Polish regions in World War II.
A hole is a hole is a hole, right? Not when it's under a D.C. street, a block from the White House.
The hardware store, a fixture of the Capitol Hill neighborhood, burned on Wednesday.
They may only be made of clay, plaster and paper, but the scene of a million "human" bones laid on the grounds of the National Mall this weekend is causing quite a stir.
Another member of the D.C. Council has thrown his hat into the ring for next year's mayoral election.
A Howard University trustee says the D.C. school may not be around in three years.
District of Columbia firefighters are returning to the Capitol Hill neighborhood where a massive fire ripped through a hardware store this week.
Thousands of volunteers are laying out 1 million handmade replicas of human bones on the National Mall as a symbolic mass grave and a call to action to end genocide.
WTOP's Capitol Hill Correspondent Dave McConnell received the first-ever Career Achievement Award from the Radio and Television Correspondents' Association.
Just days after an intense fire destroyed Frager's Hardware store, the Capitol Hill institution plans to re-open as a pop up shop across from Eastern Market.
A Wider Circle furnishes homes, provides clothing and trains people for the workforce in the D.C. area.
The District of Columbia Fire Department is making changes to more than a dozen ambulances in hopes of fixing the potentially life-threatening problem of breaking down during an emergency.
A D.C. man is pleading guilty in the January murder of a Maryland girl he met online.
Former D.C. Councilman Michael A. Brown is facing a possible prison term in connection with a bribery charge.
Step Afrika is back and bold. The D.C.-based percussive dance troupe is using classical music to take the dance form developed by African-American college students in the early 1900s to new heights with Symphony in Step.