WASHINGTON (AP) — Antonin Scalia, the influential conservative and most provocative member of the Supreme Court, has died, leaving the high court without its conservative majority and setting up an ideological confrontation over his successor…
WASHINGTON (AP) — Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia kept your attention, whether you liked him or not. He was a big personality who rather enjoyed the spotlight, and he did not often shy from controversy.…
Nearly naked in the bitter cold, runners folded their arms, shivered, jumped up and down and then bolted down the streets of the nation’s capital on Saturday.
A man and his 2-year-old son who were shot inside a Washington barber shop have been released from the hospital.
The U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Columbia says the teen beat a Washington Post delivery man and attacked a food delivery person days later.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders is getting an assist from a Republican super PAC founded by a top strategist to former President George W. Bush. American Crossroads is spending about $40,000 on…
This weekend brings brutal temperatures, wind and some sloppy snow conditions. But that’s not stopping some local runners from getting their daily fix.
Even as Metro sees significant declines in ridership and fare revenue, this year’s financial picture is looking brighter than expected as the agency has cut back on labor and other operating costs.
A man and a child were shot in a commercial district near the Washington Navy Yard.
A former assistant track coach at a public high school in Washington has pleaded guilty to sexually abusing seven male students.
City safety officials say Washington could launch passenger service on the rail cars by the end of the month.
The District of Columbia will begin deploying about 200 plows by noon Friday based on weather reports that call for up to half an inch of snow before midnight.
History buffs and admirers of Abraham Lincoln who want to mark the 207th anniversary of his birth can attend a wreath-laying at the Lincoln Memorial.
People packed a D.C. Council hearing Thursday to speak for and against a controversial plan to provide several weeks of paid time off for residents.
Under his leadership, Metro introduced new rail cars and launched the Silver Line, according to an internal memo.