Smithsonian American Art Museum acquires 2 video games for permanent art collection
It's now possible for Google Glass wearers to take a picture by simply winking.
It was supposed to be a positive night, meant to raising money for the homeless charity Thrive D.C., but as a area choir performed its Christmas concert, someone was stealing from the singers.
A Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments study finds that more commuters will carpool to work because traffic is projected to increase 70 percent by 2040. But transportation officials argue a more robust Metro system could help mitigate the traffic.
With Christmas just one week away, many people will finish their holiday shopping by buying gift cards.
'Mary Poppins,' 'Pulp Fiction,' 'The Right Stuff' among 25 movies to be preserved by library
DC homicide total up so far in 2013, even excluding casualties from navy Yard shooting
DC police officer charged in prostitution case ordered held; judge calls him 'rogue'
The company of actors and actresses in "A Christmas Carol" at Ford's Theatre aren't just portraying the idea that Christmas is about giving onstage -- they're living it.
National Zoo's giant panda cub Bao Bao to make public debut on Jan. 18 in DC
USAF report: F-16 pilot in midair collision off Va. coast lacked sleep, was overconfident
The National Zoo's orangutans turned into party animals during their birthday celebration Tuesday.
Macy's is once again keeping some of its stores across the country open 24 hours a day in a bid to squeeze every last bit of holiday cash out of shoppers.
Nazi diary penned by Hitler ally, seized in western NY is posted online by US Holocaust Museum
Advocates are aiming to change interlock laws in Maryland and D.C.
After 10 months at Guantanamo Bay, 50 members of the D.C. Army National Guard's 372nd Military Police Battalion returned home Tuesday, just in time for the holidays.
University police forces increasingly pushing beyond campus, blurring town-gown divide
Magistrate judge finishes report on 2002 IMF protest arrests in DC, no legal conclusions
Members of the local union that represents more than 17,000 Giant Food and Safeway grocery store workers in the D.C. region have ratified a new collective bargaining agreement with the grocers.
Is enough being done to protect the public against infectious disease?