One analyst says the winner of the Democratic primary is highly likely to succeed Donna Edwards, but who is it looking to be?
It was one of Adams Morgan’s best dive bars and now Millie and Al’s is no more. But there’s still a way for its customers to hold on to the good times.
The teen driver in a North Potomac crash that killed two Wootton High School students has pleaded guilty to two charges of vehicular manslaughter.
A commercial ambulance crew told the Department of Health they were swarmed by about 30 ATV and motorcycle riders on March 23 on Michigan Avenue near North Capitol Street.
Shortly after fire engines roared up to a Gaithersburg town home on March 29, firefighters found the body of an older man. Now, Montgomery County police believe he died under suspicious circumstances.
With the colors and the warm weather of spring, comes traffic and construction noise as road crews are out repairing thousands of potholes in D.C.
A civil suit alleges a man falsely claimed to have legal expertise more than 900 times.
Loudoun County Public Schools says after a training exercise last week, the CIA left behind an explosive substance on one of its school buses.
A woman who investigators say owns multiple farms — one where animals were mistreated — has been indicted by a grand jury.
The D.C. Army National Guard honored a D.C. woman with the Antoinette Scott Recognition Resolution of 2016.
Fans headed to Nationals Park will find a slew of new food and drink options on Opening Day.
Under D.C. Bill 0602, medical professionals would be able to give the drugs without liability.
A proposal to establish the Neshante and Chloe Davis Domestic Violence Prevention Task Force is making its way through the Maryland House.
Donald Trump says his hotel project inside the Old Post Office Pavilion is two years ahead of schedule and that he plans to land on Pennsylvania Avenue one way or another. See photos of what the hotel will look like plus the media storm that followed Trump during a rare visit to the nation’s capital.
A new exhibit open at the National Archives showcases just how the Constitution, and history, could have changed drastically.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.