The most famous baseball poem is celebrating its 125th anniversary.
Susan G. Komen's 3-Day will not return to Washington, D.C. in 2014, the organization announced.
Only 45 percent of this spring's college graduates have a job offer waiting for them, but prospects are much better in some cities than others, and Washington is among the best places for graduates to start their new life, both professionally and socially, according to a list of top cities for graduates.
It's not hard to spot a pop-up these days. The empty warehouse you pass on your commute is suddenly a vintage clothing store. The abandoned space on the corner is now a hip coffee shop. Whether they're open for one night or one month, one thing can be agreed on -- pop-ups are at the height of cool for consumers. And for retailers, they just make sense.
DC Jazz Festival to feature more than 80 concerts at 40 locations across city over 2 weeks
D.C. police were investigating a suspicious car that contained a gas canister in the Dupont Circle area Monday afternoon and shut down a portion of 17th and R streets NW.
A brood of 17-year cicadas is creating quite the buzz around here. And while the big-eyed bugs are no harm to you, your car is another story.
Police are seeking the public's assistance identifying a person of interest in Saturday homicide in D.C. The person was captured on video surveillance.
D.C. police are investigating an allegation that a female firefighter was sexually abused inside the M Street fire house on Friday, May 31.
Looking for something to do those warm summer evenings? Forget the movie theater and find a free outdoor movie screening the whole family will love.
Online parenting platforms, support groups and listservs are popping up all over the country. More parents are relying on these sites and mailing lists for support and advice from other parents going through similar situations.
Even while she was homeless, Regina Best started building homes for others.
Has the success of the Washington Nationals changed the culture and economy for baseball in this region? There is some evidence to suggest it.
District of Columbia health officials are premiering a commercial encouraging people to use condoms.
Would you pay more for better transportation technology? Eight in 10 people surveyed in D.C., New York and Los Angeles say they'd pay more for technology, if it meant shorter lines.
DC police seek suspect in violent sexual assault; man with knife attacked woman
Military veterans took their solid foundation of service to the National Mall on Sunday afternoon, and helped build solid frames for homes to be donated.
The U.S. national team took on Germany on Sunday at RFK Stadium.
Trying to start a business can be hard, especially for recent graduates. But a number of free online tools can help.
Hackers are often seen as criminals, so the last thing one would expect to hear is that local agencies are working with them. But they did this weekend and they say it's for your benefit.