It tastes like ice cream, but has the alcohol content of a glass of vino. And it’s coming to the D.C. area this summer. (Photos)
The American College of Sports Medicine is out with its annual American Fitness Index, which ranks 50 major metropolitan areas. Washington, D.C. is No. 1 for the third time straight.
The incident raised questions about whether there was a delayed response from the D.C. Fire and Emergency Medical Services Department.
D.C. is evolving into an eclectic mix of regional and international dishes that is transforming the area into a food capital. To understand how the District finally got on the map, some historical perspective is essential.
Attorneys for Ingmar Guandique argue his conviction was based on lies told by a cellmate.
The idea is to put mental health centers in schools. The concept has been around for some time, and is now starting to gain traction in the Washington, D.C. area.
HBO and Comcast are discontinuing the tradition of free movies on the National Mall.
Johnny’s Half Shell, an oyster bar and seafood restaurant well known as a venue for political fundraisers, is leaving its North Capitol Street address for Adams Morgan.
Find out how you can get on the AEM-7’s farewell excursion.
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.”
Officials didn’t find any widespread problems.
To motivate students to graduate on time, Howard University is giving rebates on final year tuition.
As D.C. United breaks ground on its new stadium at Buzzard Point, Mayor Muriel Bowser is looking to the future of the RFK site and who might compete there.
The Embassy for Ecuador is making arrangements for local donations to be sent to victims of the deadly magnitude 7.8 earthquake that struck Saturday.
“They can report you to the credit bureau,” an official said. “It’s reported as a debt and that puts a ding on your credit score.”