A video showing a white D.C. attorney standing up to police who are detaining an African-American man has gone viral.
World champion eater Joey Chestnut has returned to D.C. seeking his second Ben's Chili Bowl Eating Championship title. And he's already making room in his stomach for the Saturday contest.
Mayor signs gun legislation allowing people to carry concealed handguns with permit in DC
Eight Catholic University were robbed at gunpoint Thursday evening, after being approached by two men in a wooded area near the campus.
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John Payne, who was known for his love of children, suffered an apparent heart attack.
Police in Washington, D.C. are asking for help finding two 12-year-old girls who haven't been seen since earlier this week.
Voyeurism charge dropped against Va. man accused of taking photos of women at Lincoln Memorial
It's a title that belongs to only 219 people around the world, but a growing number are representing D.C., placing Washington on a more prominent spot on the world's culinary map.
Former DC police officer accused in pimp case gets 7-year prison sentence
Ivy, graffiti and rot adorn the abandoned walls of Glenn Dale Hospital and Sanatorium. The 200 acres of land 15 miles outside D.C. have inspired countless ghost stories and conspiracy theories.
Water has damaged the roof of the Jefferson Memorial and a portion of the ceiling collapsed recently.
Proximity to Metro is coveted by apartment renters and they often pay a premium for that close-by access.
The stories of people dissatisfied with the tactics of the D.C. police were at the center of a hearing at Howard University Wednesday night.
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.
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