Whether a funeral procession has the right of way depends on its escort in Virginia, but there is a lot of gray area if drivers try to look up the law themselves.
The Redskins are making some political moves in preparation to defend the team\’s name. And, some fans say the team\’s cheerleaders made a bad call.
A Burtonsville, Md., man is convicted of attempted second degree murder for
violently beating another man in a Bethesda garage last spring.
Amelia Earhart\’s plane disappeared in 1937 and it remains one of the world\’s enduring mysteries. Now, explorers are excited about new evidence that could confirm that artifacts found on a remote South Pacific island are from the wreckage of her plane.
When a disaster happens, many good Samaritans are quick to make
donations. But oftentimes, those donations go to waste. A Virginia company is
designing an app to change that.
As controversy and a continually worsening record sour the Redskins\’ season, fans are not as enthusiastic to buy jerseys, tickets and team merchandise. That lackluster attitude is affecting many retailers who are smarting from the team\’s troubles.
Christmas came early this year for four families in the District as Capitals and Wizards players handed out toys and gifts Wednesday.
A D.C. family is preparing to sue the city and a D.C. police officer after he allegedly took nude photos of their teen daughter.