A troublesome and dangerous intersection slows commuters and threatens safety, but D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser has plans for improvements at New York and Florida avenues.
The five-member Arlington County Board approved to provide Amazon pay-for-performance grants that could total about $23 million over 15 years.
The middle-school students who had been visiting Washington since Sunday had been scheduled to return home on a Wednesday, 7 p.m. American Airlines flight that was among those canceled.
College admissions counselors in the D.C. area are disappointed and dismayed by the cheating scandal that federal investigators say helped wealthy parents get their kids into top universities — and offer ways to help ensure it doesn’t happen again.
Pepco is giving away 1,000 free trees to its residential customers in Maryland and D.C. to help conserve energy.
March 10 marks the 71st birthday of former FBI agent Robert Levinson, who has been missing since he vanished on the Iranian Island of Kish in 2007.
Four men tried to steal an ATM from a Silver Spring, Maryland 7-Eleven in February, and it turned out to be trickier than they anticipated. They failed, but police are still looking for them. See the video.
Arlington is going to take money from taxes paid on hotel, motel and other lodging stays to help Amazon grow.
The Southeast D.C. man charged with first-degree murder for the shooting a prominent Pakistani philosopher and scholar was found not guilty by reason of insanity for a previous homicide in 1998.
D.C. Council Chair Phil Mendelson fielded questions from reporters about the possibility of a federal inquiry into the business dealings of Ward 2 Council member Jack Evans.
Pakistani philosopher Jawaid Bhutto was gunned down Friday near his home Southeast D.C. home. His death marks the District’s 30th homicide of the year.
Baltimore is proud to host the middle jewel in horse racing’s Triple Crown, but the city is fighting an uphill battle to keep the beloved sporting event in Charm City.
The number of hate crimes has been rising steadily in D.C. since 2015. There were 66 such crimes in 2015 and 209 in 2018. There have been 10 so far this year.
A man was shot to death in D.C.’s Columbia Heights neighborhood Wednesday afternoon, just blocks from an elementary school where students’ dismissal was delayed while police searched for suspects.
Residents of Spotsylvania County lined up Tuesday to tell the board of supervisors what they think of plans to build one of the nation’s largest solar power plants in the western part of the county.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.