Your special pal’s shoe and coat collections aren’t as extensive as yours. Here’s what one veterinarian says you should keep in mind as the temperature drops and the snow falls.
One way to prevent another tearful Jan. 2 return to spin class is — duh — making somewhat healthier dishes for your holiday meal. Here are a few recipes to check out before you go to the supermarket.
Amazon’s announcement that it will bring 25,000 jobs to the D.C. area presents a prime opportunity (pardon the pun) for local job hunters. Here’s what is known so far about all those jobs that are coming to the newly christened “National Landing.”
Some of them live with D.C. officials; others are up for adoption at the Humane Rescue Alliance. All sat still long enough to get their pictures taken. Enjoy this gallery of cuties.
Anthony Crawford, 23, has yet to enter a plea or be indicted. Defense attorneys argued that a more appropriate charge would be involuntary manslaughter, citing mental health issues. They also contended that he should be placed in a psychiatric hospital.
Mayor Muriel Bowser cruised toward re-election Tuesday night as the polls closed around the District. Democrat Anita Bonds and independent Elissa Silverman both held onto their two at-large seats on the D.C. Council.
As of shortly before 10 p.m. Tuesday, even after the additional ballots arrived, there were reports of hundreds of people still waiting to vote at Brandywine Elementary. The ballot snag has also delayed reporting of voting results statewide.
Around D.C., Maryland and Virginia, voters cast ballots in one of the more consequential midterm elections in memory, as several key races — some with national implications — finally closed in on the finish line.
The Fort Washington, Maryland, man shot at officers through the windshield of his car when they moved in to arrest him. He’s now facing multiple charges including attempted murder.
Kia Divband, 37, was found guilty in September of severely abusing Miller Williams Lilliston at his in-home facility. The injuries caused by that abuse — which included subdural hemorrhages and severe rib fractures — were found to have caused the 6-month-old’s death in 2016.
The 66-year-old driver, who has yet to be identified, apparently suffered a medical emergency and hit a guardrail. That collision caused the SUV’s engine to ignite.
The advent of ride-booking services like Lyft and Uber have raised questions about how parents can get around with their little ones safely and legally. But child-restraint guidelines pertaining to the services vary from state to state. A new online breaks down each jurisdiction’s rules, and its creators have released a study illustrating how parents use the services.
Both DJ Durkin and Athletic Director Damon Evans will return to their positions following weeks of inquiries into the death of Terrapins offensive lineman Jordan McNair. President Wallace Loh will retire in June.
Out of the 2,975 facilities that U.S. News & World Report awarded with the “Best Nursing Home” distinction, 117 are in D.C., Maryland and Virginia.
Caramel has enjoyed something of a renaissance the last few years. It seems to be all over the place now. So how did we get here? Learn more about this underrated confection, and check out some tempting recipes.
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.