The D.C. government has been painstakingly checking whether any of its current and former employees served during World War II. This year, they honored a man who could be the last-surviving one.
Rolling Thunder’s executive director expressed his frustration at what he characterized as continued mismanagement of the annual “Ride for Freedom” by Pentagon officials.
AAA expects 3.2 million people from D.C., Virginia and Maryland will travel between Thursday and Monday for the Memorial Day holiday. A new study shows when the worst times for traffic will happen on each area road.
Marlon Michael Alexander, 40, was sentenced to two life terms in prison Tuesday for the 2010 rape of an 86-year-old Germantown woman; and his DNA is linked to four more rape cases in Montgomery County dating back to 2007, prosecutors said.
Experts warn that skin cancer is an equal-opportunity offender, and it can afflict anyone, at any age, of all skin types on nearly any part of their bodies. Here are some signs to look out for and ways to protect your skin.
The score — which has been part of a pilot program for three years — is based on 15 factors such as crime rates, home values in a student’s community and the percentage of students eligible for free or reduced-price lunches.
Getting the cheapest tickets doesn’t have to involve going online every day to check prices. There are websites that will do that for you. Here are some tips and tricks to flying on the cheap.
Drivers might see more cyclists than usual on the road on Friday as commuters participate in the D.C. area’s annual Bike to Work Day. Participants will have bicycle convoys and pit stops to make the trip easier and more fun.
Grants totaling $680,000 will offer technical assistance to projects sprinkled throughout the D.C. region. All 13 are near high-capacity transit; 12 are in activity centers; and nine are in areas where low-income and/or minority residents live.
He was taken to the hospital, where he told police that he had a history of mental illness and had previously taken amphetamines.
Prince George’s County, Maryland, officers had the first 10-minute shift in a vigil that started Tuesday at the National Law Enforcement Memorial in D.C. to honor the service and sacrifice of fallen officers.
A virtual city of inflatable bounce houses expanded to life on Friday next to Rosecroft Raceway in Oxon Hill, Maryland, where the complex will welcome paying customers for the next two weekends.
Most students in shop class may learn how to build bird houses, ornamental boxes or tool totes, but a team of students in Prince George’s County, Maryland, has constructed a furnished home that’s ready to live in. See photos.
Wednesday’s planned strike involving Uber and Lyft drivers around the nation and world isn’t expected to cause great disruptions in the D.C. area, but that could change, and contingency plans are in the works.
Multiple copies of Tagg Magazine — which declares it’s dedicated to everything lesbian, queer and under the rainbow — were discovered on April 25 tied with a rope and hung from a light post in Adams Morgan.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.