Organizers of the Tax March say they expect thousands to gather along the National Mall on Saturday to call on President Donald Trump to release his tax returns.
D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser announced legislation Tuesday that would bolster the rights of sexual assault victims in an effort to increase accountability of attackers.
Defense lawyer David Wooten said that the case is being used for political purposes, and the attention given to it is making it much harder for him to defend his client, 17-year-old Jose Montano.
Concerns over the fate of a probable historic site in Bethesda’s Westbard area led to demonstrations during a Montgomery County Planning Board meeting Thursday — and one official was urged to resign.
Graffiti is “making a comeback” in Fairfax County as gangs work to mark territory, amid a spike in gang-related crimes, police say.
A light rail line connecting Montgomery and Prince George’s counties is still on track despite a pair of significant hurdles, according to one state leader.
Calculating the full cost of a spring break trip or summer getaway is getting trickier as airlines combine rock-bottom fares with numerous fees.
Montgomery County Council President Roger Berliner said the county should explore a lawsuit against the Federal Aviation Administration to force changes to flight paths that are causing an “unbearable increase” in airplane noise.
D.C. police have found the car belonging to a woman who was killed in her home in Northeast on March 21. Police released details about her death and that of another woman last week.
A study of tech-laden cars brought in for service at D.C.-area dealerships found that half had systems designed to keep the car in its lane turned off, according to new numbers from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. Plus watch WTOP’s John Aaron take to the test track.
D.C. Council bill aimed at curbing traffic congestion would require employers to offer mass transit benefits or cash payments to those who decline the perk.
The Potomac Nationals, the county and a real estate company have agreed to a non-binding framework for a $75 million stadium project at Potomac Town Center in Woodbridge.
Motorists could make more than $3,850 if they’re selected to take part in research on how in-car technology can reduce congestion and affect driving behavior.
The Apollo 11 command module, the only portion of the spacecraft associated with the 1969 moon landing that returned to Earth, is taking another trip soon — but you can get an up-close look before it goes.
A Prince George’s County police officer who aimed his phone’s camera up the skirts of unsuspecting women, including an off-duty D.C. officer, has been sentenced to probation.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.