The D.C. attorney general’s office is seeking hundreds of thousands of dollars from Maryland parents who it claims faked District residency to send their children to prestigious D.C. schools without paying tuition.
The American Homebrewers Association awarded winners Wednesdays in the third annual “Capitol Hill Staff Homebrew Competition.” All told, 22 foamy, hoppy creations were submitted by Hill staffers to an elite panel of certified beer judges and professional brewers.
Police in Montgomery County are seeking the public’s help in identifying human skeletal remains found in a wooded area in North Potomac this week. Authorities have released photos and a description of clothing and other items found with the remains.
If you’ve ever wanted to run for office — well, sorta — here’s your chance. The Washington Nationals are looking for new recruits to join the ranks of the team’s famous “racing presidents” mascots.
A 10-vehicle crash Monday morning involving two taxis, a dump truck and several other cars, sent one person to the hospital and closed the High Occupancy Vehicle Lanes of Interstate 395 in Shirlington, Virginia, for several hours.
Greeting President Donald Trump and other former presidents gathered in the front row at Washington National Cathedral for the funeral of former President George H.W. Bush, the younger Bush reached into his pocket and appeared to slip a piece of candy to Michelle Obama.
Former President George H.W. Bush will be remembered Wednesday at an invitation-only state funeral to be held at the National Cathedral at 11 a.m. While the Bush family is expected to arrive at the cathedral on Wisconsin Avenue in Northwest D.C. just before 11 a.m., road closures started Tuesday night. Police Wednesday morning are periodically closing roads to bring dignitaries to the event. More road closures will occur around 9:15 a.m. as Bush’s body is transported from the U.S. Capitol to the cathedral. On this national day of mourning, here’s everything you need to know about funeral and how it could affect your life.
The National Day of Mourning for President George H.W. Bush declared by President Donald Trump will be treated like a federal holiday when it comes to federal employees’ pay and leave benefits, the Office of Personnel Management said Monday. Meanwhile, most mail delivery will halt and post offices will be closed.
D.C. police say they’re looking for the driver of a Lyft ride-hailing vehicle suspected of sexually assaulting a customer during a ride through Georgetown over the weekend.
The personal information of up to 500 million customers of the Marriott hotel empire, including their credit card and passport numbers, was compromised in a massive data breach that stretches back to 2014, the company announced. A cybercrime expert shares what consumers need to know to protect themselves.
During opening statements Thursday in Field’s first-degree murder trial in Charlottesville Circuit Court, defense attorney John Hill said Fields told a police officer after the fatal crash that he had “feared for his safety and was scared to death.”
Two people, including a juvenile, have been arrested and charged with assault after a blind man with a service dog was pushed and threatened aboard a Red Line train earlier this week.
Fairfax County Police Chief Ed Roessler, who addressed reporters Wednesday and released body-worn camera footage of the arrest, said the death of Christopher Paul is a tragic example of the opioid epidemic “which is ravaging our nation and our county.”
All four teens charged as adults with rape in connection with an attack in a Montgomery County high school locker room have been released on bond.
With four days in the month left to go, November 2018 is now officially the rainiest November on record in D.C., breaking a 141-year-old record, according to the National Weather Service. And the unusually wet month means D.C. is now sitting at the No. 3 spot in terms of the rainiest year on record.
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.