Smithsonian: American Indian museum in DC being closed after man apparently falls from railing
A man was taken to the hospital following an incident inside one of the Smithsonian museums along the National Mall Saturday.
Annual Adoption Day ceremony celebrated at DC courthouse; adoptions to be finalized at event
APNewsBreak: Navy shooter had classified access pulled for 2 days, but Navy was never told
A new breed of enforcement camera is coming online in D.C. this weekend. More than 130 new cameras will target more than speeding but cross walks, intersection blockers and even commercial vehicle violations.
DC woman who worked as Walter Reed pharmacist indicted murder charge in husband's killing
The SHARE Food Network which is part of Catholic Charities of the Washington Archdiocese is providing the fixings to prepare a Thanksgiving Dinner for eight for as little as $20.
Fifty years after President Kennedy was shot and killed in Dallas, Americans are remembering where they were when they learned he had been assassinated. WTOP'S Kate Ryan and her family learned from their dad, who was one of three men anchoring NBC New's live coverage during that long, terrible weekend.
With temperatures getting very cold this weekend, Mike McGrath tells gardeners what they can do to keep their cool-weather crops safe.
The District's tax office has seized the Stadium Club strip joint from its owner, James Redding, over a large back tax bill related to a business the government has already shut down.
The Giant at O Street Market in Shaw combines traditional grocery shopping with the ever-growing prepared foods market in a destination complete with a bar, free Wi-Fi and online order pickup.
Defining a hipster is subjective, but finding neighborhoods where hipsters are likely to live is a little more objective. Based on one set of criteria, the Washington area has plenty of hipster-friendly 'hoods.
Library of Congress displays 1st map of independent United States in new DC exhibit
This weekend's top concert picks include several big musical names.
It was a five-month investigation into a 50-year mystery as American University students tried to answer the question "Who Killed JFK?"
A new travel forecast predicts a 1.1 percent drop in the number of Washingtonians expected to travel more than 50 miles for Thanksgiving, according to AAA Mid-Atlantic.
DC Councilmember Jim Graham to give away Thanksgiving turkeys to public housing residents
The hot ticket for this weekend seems to be for "Hunger Games - Catching Fire."
Metro electrical contractor charged with stealing more than $10,000 worth of copper wire