Protesters interrupted a speech by former FBI Director James Comey at Howard University on Friday.
MedStar Washington Hospital Center responds to a report that it had sewage leak into operating rooms and a host of other problems.
The 20-acre St, James campus, in Springfield, will include an indoor FIFA regulation-sized turf field, two NHL regulation-sized ice rinks and an Olympic-sized competition pool, along with basketball and volleyball courts, batting cages, squash courts and golf simulators.
Prince George’s County police are asking for the public’s help in identifying people suspected of joy riding through the streets of D.C. and the National Harbor area, disregarding traffic laws and creating chaos.
Describing an array of threats faced by lawmakers and the U.S. Capitol complex, law enforcement leaders on Thursday asked lawmakers to consider approving a substantial funding hike.
Metro’s Silver Line extension is set to open in Loudoun County in 2020, and it’ll pose a challenge to rescuers. They’re getting a chance to practice on a simulator consisting of two old cars and some track.
The pilot of a glider trying to reach what project leaders call the edge of space stopped in the nation’s capital Thursday to talk about the ambitious project, which aims at setting a new world record while gathering valuable information in the process.
“I think what we need to do is be able to take the fight to them,” said acting Assistant Attorney General Kenneth Blanco during testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Wednesday. “And that fight would be working with our foreign counterparts in El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras.”
D.C. residents will now be able to identify themselves as something other than male or female on driver’s licenses.
Prosecutors say they have possible DNA evidence linking Daron Wint to a knife found in the basement of the Savopoulos home where the couple, their son, and their housekeeper were held captive and killed in 2015. Wint is charged with their murders.
Vending machines in such places as county offices and libraries would be required to have “healthy” items making up at least half of the selection.
A car with a good crash-test rating can do a lot to keep you safe — but it’s not the be-all and end-all. A safety expert explains the shortcomings of the ratings, and what else to look for.
With the city in the midst of a baby boom and with the cost of child care rivaling the cost of college tuition, D.C. leaders are touting plans to make day care more affordable and more accessible.
When it comes to seafood, D.C. diners might not be getting exactly what they expect. Researchers from George Washington University took a very close look at some seafood items in the District.
Of the alleys set to be revamped in D.C., five will feature permeable pavement, which captures and filters stormwater runoff, preventing some of it from going into the city’s combined sewer system.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.