Federal transportation investigators said Tuesday that an Alexandria woman who died from inhaling smoke that filled her Yellow Line train in January 2015 would still be alive if Metro had followed its own procedures. The National Transportation Board was meeting Tuesday to finalize its findings into the cause of of the smoke and the emergency response.
Local farmers are bringing more obscure products to the city’s streets. Some sting, some stink, but one thing’s for sure: They’re all tasty. Here’s what you should try the next time you visit the farmers market.
One study finds that there might be another factor for your frustration in flight: a first-class cabin.
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Go behind the scenes with the animal keepers at the National Zoo to see a training session with 8-month-old giant panda cub Bei Bei. See photos and video of the cub in action.
In addition to the baseball-size hail, there were reports during Monday’s storms in various places across the area of hail ranging from pea-size to the size of ping pong balls and tennis balls.
Lawmakers’ concerns about abuses of power at the Transportation Security Administration have been supported by whistleblowers’ testimony.
A citywide study completed over 15 weeks found the most virulent superbugs have been found hiding in hospitals around the District, particularly inside a population of patients known as “silent carriers.”
A hijacked Metro bus hit and killed a pedestrian in the District on Tuesday morning.
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Federal transportation investigators say an Alexandria woman killed by smoke that filled her Yellow Line train in January 2015 would still be alive if Metro had followed its own procedures.
The prestigious James Beard Foundation bestowed the honor on the owner of Rose’s Luxury in Southeast.
More than 19 million U.S. tourists visited Washington in 2015, an increase of 1 million over the previous year and a record for the nation’s capital.
“The Jamz” creators Chris Petlak & Jim Kozyra discuss their rags-to-(almost)-riches journey in making a web series.
Heading into their 10th season, the Washington Kastles are looking to grow beyond a simple legacy of winning on the court.
Some people attack poison ivy with herbicides, but that’s likely not the best idea, said WTOP Garden Editor Mike McGrath.
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