It looks like this year's edition of the Washington Redskins may not have much to celebrate, but one of their former players has achieved an immortal distinction.
Teachers applying for a new benefit meant for all District employees had been told they were excluded. Now, the mayor's office says, the law has been changed.
High tides are getting higher, and tidal flooding is only going to get worse over the years, including in the D.C. area. That's what a new report from the Union of Concerned Scientists says.
Hundreds of cabs flooded Pennsylvania Avenue late Wednesday morning, blocking streets and blaring their horns, to demand that the D.C. Council create an even playing field for transportation businesses.
AT&T is set to pay more than $100 million in a settlement over placing unauthorized charges on mobile bills.
D.C. taxi drivers on Wednesday plan to hit the streets -- but instead of picking up riders, they are in protest.
The Potomac Conservancy has issued a scorecard on efforts in Maryland and the District of Columbia to combat the problems generated by stormwater runoff.
WTOP has won the national Edward R. Murrow award for its breaking news coverage of the Navy Yard shooting.
A loaded handgun was discovered in the underwear of a man at the D.C. Superior Court Tuesday morning.
DC Council approves record sealing for pot convictions, expands access to medical marijuana
In a 30-day period ending last month, D.C. cab drivers refused 84 of 308 potential customers in an anonymous rider program.
College comparison and information website Great Value Colleges just posted its "50 Great (and Mostly Cheap!) College Town Pizza Shops,'' and two in Washington make the list.
The potential closure of the Safeway grocery store on MacArthur Boulevard in the Palisades has some members of the D.C. Council looking to intervene.
Washington Capitals star Alex Ovechkin made good on a date invitation from one of his biggest fans -- a 10-year-old girl.
In the U.S., an estimated 70 billion pounds of edible food goes to waste each year. A local snack company is hoping to change those statistics.
Students at Catholic University held a protest rally on Monday after they say the administration pulled the plug on an LGBT event it had previously approved.
The police say the abuse happened on Sept. 27 at about 2 a.m. in the 1800 block of 14th Street, in Northwest.
Metro to open early for Army Ten-Miler, Columbus Day trains will operate on Saturday schedule
More than a year after the Navy Yard shootings, DC's Police Chief is sharing lessons learned from the response and investigation.
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