Students at Gonzaga College High School are being told to replace their classes with prayer Monday morning after one of their friends was killed in a tragic crash.
Kenneth Clayton simply walked out the back door of the Psychiatric Institute of Washington.
A man who's charged with assaulting a police officer has escaped from the Psychiatric Institute of Washington, law enforcement officials said Monday.
D.C. can wave goodbye to its last traditional car dealership. Ourisman Volkswagen is burning rubber for a new, roomier home in Bethesda.
Hiker killed in cliff fall in South Dakota identified as 50-year-old man from Washington, DC
Washington Nationals first baseman Adam LaRoche is spending his offseason with a different type of game.
Britain's Princess Anne opens exhibit on Magna Carta at US library to mark 800th anniversary
Two of D.C.'s cultural institutions in the restaurant and retailing world will join forces next year when Politics and Prose begins curating the retail book operations at most locations of Busboys & Poets.
DC's pot legalization initiative brings debate over marijuana laws to new Republican Congress
D.C.-based daily deals company LivingSocial Inc. announced Thursday it will reduce its total workforce by about 20 percent in what new CEO Gautam Thakar called a necessary step in the "refounding" of the company.
US mortgage giant Fannie Mae posts $3.9B profit in 3Q; paying $4B dividend to government
Low-profile NYC prosecutor emerges as contender to be first black woman US attorney general
DC woman indicted on murder charge in death of 3-year-old son
After more than a year of construction, Washington Circle now sports triple the number of signalized crosswalks. And its created a mess for drivers.
DC real estate agent indicted on charges of stealing $300K from potential homebuyers
A woman arrested in a D.C. hotel for giving illegal silicone injections tells her side of the story in her new memoir.
Metro says weekend work will affect red and green lines
A unique mix of baseball and military tradition, the Bob Feller Act of Valor Award ceremony was held in Washington Wednesday.
D.C. voters overwhelmingly said "yes" to legalizing marijuana Tuesday. But members of Congress are already saying "not so fast."
The mayor-elect in the nation's capital says she won't allow an initiative legalizing marijuana to take effect until D.C. has a system in place to tax and regulate the drug.
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