DC teacher to apologize to students for assignment comparing, contrasting Bush, Hitler
DC officer shoots fleeing suspect after being hit by car
On the 13th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks, the terrorism prognosis grows more ominous each year as organizations like ISIL expand and grow smarter.
The response to the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001 exposed communications limitations and vulnerabilities. Agencies had trouble speaking to each other. Regional leaders would later demand improvements and interoperability.
From how it's grown to how it's consumed and how it impacts your health, three experts talk about the full-circle impact of food and its future.
By finally beating the Braves, the Nationals cleared a huge psychological roadblock, getting them one step closer to an NL East title.
"Staging the Self," a new exhibit featuring six Latino artists at the National Portrait Gallery, defies these expectations by adding an element of performance to the self-portraits.
Motorcycle riders in the annual Sept. 11 ride are expected in Washington, D.C. Thursday.
The west wing of the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History is undergoing a major facelift. A peek inside reveals that the changes will bring new ways for visitors to learn and enjoy history.
Rosa Parks' archive lent to Library of Congress by son of billionaire investor Warren Buffett
A big green bus delivers food and assistance to residents in D.C.'s "food desert" communities.
Online designer clothing rental business Rent the Runway is putting down some D.C. roots.
Metro is rolling out its plan to change the way we pay to use the system. Starting next month, some riders will be able to travel Metro's rails and busses without a SmartTrip card.
Next up in the list of CityCenterDC milestones, which, let's face it, we've been tracking obsessively: the luxury downtown D.C. development's first restaurant, DBGB Kitchen and Bar from lauded New York chef Daniel Boulud, officially opens Friday.
What happens when someone steals your license plate, then speeds past a camera? In Washington D.C., you could get a ticket, or possibly several tickets.
Some familiar names and some new faces are among the finalists in D.C.'s latest culinary incubator challenge.
Everything from Mr. Smith's now-closed M Street location is being sold in an online auction.
An adorable little boy couldn't be bothered with the president of the United States or the pomp and circumstance usually reserved for the White House.
Growing up to be Wolverine is every little boy's dream. But for one local martial artist, playing Wolverine is just another stop on the way to world domination.
Police officer struck by car in northeast Washington
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