The harder the air conditioning unit works to keep you cool, the more energy it uses. You can save money by conserving as much energy as possible during the hottest part of the day.
Brian O’Callaghan, a former Marine and National Security Agency division chief, suffered from PTSD, his lawyers said.
Some of the busiest stretches of the Capital Beltway in Maryland are getting more crowded, while some traffic hot spots have experienced some relief over the past few years.
As Congress returns to Washington after the July Fourth holiday and gears up for another fight over gun control, local parents marched to the U.S. Capitol to urge lawmakers to enact stricter gun laws.
The CDC reports that kids between the ages of 1 and 4 have the greatest risk, that most of those drownings occur in home swimming pools, and that most happen without a sound and barely a splash.
The U.S. Air Force Band is celebrating its 75th anniversary by welcoming home more than 200 alumni. The band members and conductors began their music careers on different paths but eventually, they all answered the call to serve their country.
Potomac Edison reports more than 2,000 outages, mostly in Frederick County, Maryland.
One person has serious injuries after a struggle on Pennsylvania Avenue in Southeast, D.C. Sunday morning.
Car crashes are the No. 1 cause of death for U.S. teenagers — about six die every day.
Advocate Susan Green says the law will set a standard for the diagnosis and treatment of Lyme disease.
Jack Evans wants a dedicated funding source for Metro to help balance the budget and fund capital investments.
After a Prince George’s County firefighter was shot and killed during a welfare check last week, Montgomery County fire officials are now learning of an eerily similar incident that happened a few months ago.
Anne Arundel County Sheriff Ronald Bateman was arrested Sunday night and charged with assaulting his wife after police responded to a domestic violence call at his house in Pasadena.
WASHINGTON — Isn’t winter over yet? The unseasonably cold Saturday brought a mix of snow, sleet and hail to the D.C. area. The cold temperatures, gusty winds and a few snowflakes will continue throughout the afternoon. The…
On Monday night, 40 officers were trained and equipped with Naloxone, a lifesaving medication that counteracts the effects of a drug overdose.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.