Camera crews will be filling b-roll and a mock motorcade in downtown D.C. on Saturday
From how to order whiskey with confidence to understanding wine, style and flowers -- D.C. businesses teach locals how to be a gentleman.
The continued 11th Street Bridge project will lead to a road closure this weekend.
The Nationals have slowly pulled away from their fiercest division rivals, and have a chance to bury them -- and exorcise some old demons -- this weekend in Atlanta.
Red top meters, reserved for handicapped drivers, are being installed, tested and expected in D.C.
It was last October when we first reported that Georgetown's Latham Hotel may go micro-residential. Now we can say for certain the Latham Hotel will go micro-residential. And we have a good idea of what the building will look like.
The Dancing Crab, a decades-old seafood institution in Tenleytown, is poised for a major upgrade.
Per capita consumer spending in the District rose 3.6 percent in 2012, with each D.C. resident spending an average of $59,425 on consumer goods and services. That's 65 percent more than the national average of $35,498.
A tourist attraction in Paris is causing concern among city officials in D.C.
Sports franchises lose a significant percentage of their investment each year to player injuries, some of which may be preventable.
What's a bike box, and how does a driver approach and move through it?
It's not due to the new talent on the roster or head coach Jay Gruden's debut in the nation's capital -- inexplicably, parking costs have gone up at FedEx Field.
If you don't want to shell out the cash for a beach weekend, but still need a way to stay cool and have fun, an outdoor water festival might do the trick.
D.C. Council member Marion Barry is back in the Department of Motor Vehicles' good graces.
The car of former D.C. mayor and current council member Marion Barry has been impounded after he was involved in a crash Saturday.
Mike Isabella took some time out of his busy schedule growing his D.C. area restaurant empire to head back to Bravo for another round of ''Top Chef.''
D.C. is home to a number of celebrities, but none are adored quite like this Adams Morgan pup, famous for his spot in the window.
DC residents will vote in November on whether to legalize pot; Congress could block effort
One pill costs $1,000; a course of treatment is $84,000.
Washington, D.C. offers plenty to do and enough of a young population for Forbes to rank the city No. 1 on its 2014 list of America's Coolest Cities.
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