Thanksgiving is the busiest time of year for a Maryland food distribution organization as more people look to help the less fortunate enjoy a quality holiday meal. See photos of their effort.
Can turkeys fly? Sure — if you’re bringing them as a contribution to Thanksgiving dinner. A TSA official explains what parts of the meal need to go in checked baggage and what can go in with you.
Police found a woman — later identified as 25-year-old Danjellicca Ball of Hyattsville, Maryland — unconscious and unresponsive with multiple gunshot wounds.
If you can’t make it to the voting booth for the Virginia governor’s race, time is running out to get your absentee ballot. Here’s what you can do.
Results from a poll show that most Virginians support keeping Confederate monuments while finding them offensive to African Americans. The poll also asked respondents about the climate surrounding race relations — here’s what they said.
If you drive in D.C., you may know what it’s like to see the telltale slip of paper on your windshield. D.C. administered over 2.7 million citations in 2016, valued at over $299 million. According to AAA Mid-Atlantic, nearly $24 million is still owed today on those fines. Advocates say fines, as they currently work, are “punitive and draconian.”
The student was running to catch up to bus No. 806 when it turned a corner.
A new poll gives Democratic Lt. Gov. Ralph Northam a 13-point lead over Republican challenger Ed Gillespie — a far wider lead than other recent polls. Is it an outlier or the beginning of a new trend?
Two years after a video of a contentious meeting about plans to build a new mosque in Spotsylvania went viral, the Islamic Center of Fredericksburg plans to expand its current facility.
Metro is looking at ways to enforce stiffer penalties on customers who misbehave on the transit agency’s buses and trains after a series of attacks on Metrobus operators — including an incident where a driver was doused in urine by a passenger.
D.C. pet parents took their furry companions to get blessed on Saturday at the annual “Blessing of the Animals,” hosted by Franciscan Monastery of the Holy Land in America. See photos.
The shop’s owner was set to reopen the store in late October 2016, but $6,200 worth of jewelry was missing, including a $1,200 Tissot watch.
Four people in a stolen U-Haul tried to steal an ATM from Nationals Park but didn’t manage to remove it.
Flights that head out of Reagan National Airport toward Alexandria and Fort Washington would stay over the Potomac River longer and eventually turn over land when they are at higher altitudes under a plan that could be implemented as early as November.
A majority of Virginians oppose removing statues of Confederate leaders, according to a recent Mason-Dixon Polling survey. Most Northern Virginians, however, support removing the statues.
The three-part series "The making of Marion Barry" looks at how the future mayor got his start in the civil rights movement, how he became a power player in the city and his enduring legacy.