It’s an addiction that continues to claim thousands of lives each year nationwide — the fatal grip of prescription opioids. But one of the hardest hit counties in Maryland is now seeing fewer overdose deaths.
The judge’s ruling bolsters the Justice Department’s efforts requiring several media outlets, including Russia Today, register as foreign agents.
Days after a civil suit alleging that at least eight children were sexually abused at a Washington Hebrew Congregation preschool was filed, the D.C. attorney general has launched a criminal investigation into the preschool and its administration.
Six months after his fiancee was murdered on a run, a D.C. man shares his emotion crossing the Boston Marathon finish line in her memory and a new partnership in her honor.
On the eve of the city’s Emancipation Day, D.C. Attorney General Karl Racine has announced that 20 attorneys general across the country support statehood for the District.
A woman whose husband was killed in Tennessee is filing a suit against D.C.’s Department of Corrections, claiming it could have prevented his death.
Three nonprofits that tutor and teach D.C. kids how to read lost $3.75 million dollars in grant funding because the city missed a federal deadline. Two people have lost their jobs over what the mayor calls both a technical and human error.
D.C. leaders are searching for answers and proposing policy changes to quell the violence as the city’s homicide rate continues to climb.
Multiple sources have confirmed to WTOP that Pope Francis is expected to name Archbishop Wilton Gregory of Atlanta as the new archbishop of Washington on Thursday morning.
In a letter to the D.C. Attorney General, Ward 3 Councilwoman Mary Cheh asked his office to investigate what cause Henry’s Soul Café to win the bulk of the contract to provide meals at 10 city homeless shelters.
School officials reportedly waited for more than 12 hours to tell police about allegations of rape in the locker room, according to The Washington Post.
A 60-year-old taxi driver was left bloody and missing teeth after police said five teenagers attacked him last week outside a Woodley Park hotel. One of the teens is now facing charges.
There is no question Washington is an expensive city to live in, but now city leaders are doing something about it.
There’s new legislation going through city hall that would allow small businesses that make wine, beer or spirits in D.C. to open locations outside of where they make their product.
Two years after a woman was attacked by an intruder as she was loading up her car to leave D.C., a jury convicted the man charged with her rape and murder.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.