It's been more than two years since a 5.8 magnitude earthquake struck in Virginia and caused damage around D.C.
The family of a man who collapsed outside a D.C. fire station while no one helped is responding to a report after an internal investigation. The man later died.
District of Columbia police officers who responded to the Washington Navy Yard massacre in September have been honored by the department.
THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS ISSUED TORNADO WATCH IN EFFECT UNTIL 5 P.M. EST THIS AFTERNOON FOR THE D.C. METRO AREA.
The Washington Post endorses DC Councilmember Muriel Bowser in mayoral primary
People in the D.C. region can expect a soggy Friday before warmer weather and some sunshine arrive for the weekend.
Autopsies scheduled for next week on 2 Americans found dead on Maersk Alabama
Metro passengers may want to limit their cellphone use after new data shows an increasing number of crooks lurking the trains waiting to steal phones.
25 charged in bogus home care scheme; prosecutors call it DC's largest health-care fraud
This weekend's top concerts include lots of rock and a little bit of country.
If there's a spa for snowy owls, it sounds like D.C.'s famous bird has landed there.
The Washington Monument remains on schedule for reopening despite the nearly 100 feet of scaffolding that remains around its base.
A new study ranks the duration of sex by state. Locally, which jurisdiction do you suppose would have the most loving?
More than a year ago, two trains lost power and remained stuck in the tunnels outside the Anacostia Metro station for several hours, causing havoc during the evening rush.
An annual CareerBuilder survey spells out some of the more creative excuses people gave for being tardy.
Lawyers for Chris Brown pick trial date in DC, singer wasn't in court
Although winter's cold may be subsiding, the risk of serious illness or death associated with the flu still exists and now, a resurgence of the H1N1 virus is causing a dramatic rise in deaths of younger people.
Hearing set for 3 remaining suspects in '07 slaying of Redskins' Sean Taylor
Vinyl is not dead, and a new record store in Georgetown is helping to debunk that myth as LP sales continue to soar over digital downloads.
Although winter has been crueler to the New England and the Midwest, the D.C. region has seen above-average snow totals so far this season.