The police say the abuse happened on Sept. 27 at about 2 a.m. in the 1800 block of 14th Street, in Northwest.
Metro to open early for Army Ten-Miler, Columbus Day trains will operate on Saturday schedule
More than a year after the Navy Yard shootings, DC's Police Chief is sharing lessons learned from the response and investigation.
Mango Tree founder Pitaya Phanphensophon, who will open Mango Tree at CityCenterDC later this year, has been mulling a U.S. expansion for some time.
A national survey of the nation's nurses shows they don't think hospitals are prepared to handle the Ebola virus.
The Park Hyatt Washington hotel in D.C.'s West End neighborhood has been sold for $100 million, or $462,963 per key.
Obama endorses Democrat Muriel Bowser for DC mayor
DC police identify man fatally shot by officers who were serving warrant
Meet Ben, who is everything a beagle should be: cheerful, friendly, playful, energetic, and inquisitive.
New memorial honoring disabled US veterans opens to public near National Mall in DC
Bill that would consolidate DC transportation management to get second hearing
New magistrate judge expected to start at DC Superior Court
Gay men have been banned from donating blood by the FDA since 1983, but their contributions could save up to 1.8 million lives.
A D.C. man was shot during joint operation between local police and U.S. federal marshals.
CDC officials, dressed in HAZMAT gear, removed two passengers from an airplane on Saturday.
American University is offering a new class this semester about the popular book and movie trilogy "The Hunger Games."
Police say 8-year-old boy seriously injured in shooting in northeast DC
D.C. and CDC officials say patient admitted this week does not have Ebola virus.
A child was shot near Anacostia Park Friday night, Metropolitan Police confirm. The boy, about eight years old, is expected to be okay.
Nationals, Orioles dare to look forward to spending late October engaged in a Beltway Series
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