With the debate over guns in schools at the forefront again after 17 people were killed at a school shooting in Parkland, Florida, a national teacher’s union head and a local politician have differing views about arming teachers.
D.C. Fire spokesman Vito Maggiolo said the number of people inside the elevator was precisely why it stalled.
Bread is in Eric Kayser’s DNA. This month, the fourth-generation French baker is bringing his famous bakery, Maison Kayser, to D.C. with two locations.
‘Hamilton’ is coming to DC this summer. Here are all the pertinent dates and how you can get tickets to the critically acclaimed play.
Amtrak’s president and CEO said the railroad may suspend suspending service on tracks that don’t have speed controls in place by the end of 2018.
A memo sent by D.C. Schools Chancellor Antwan Wilson said the city will study policies and performance measures to determine what’s most appropriate for evaluations starting in the next academic year.
Parts of Rock Creek Parkway and Potomac Parkways near the Kennedy Center will be closed for several hours Thursday.
Five companies with headquarters in the Washington area are included in Fortune’s 2018 100 Best Companies to Work For list. Several other companies with a major presence in the D.C. region also made the list, including Wegmans Food Markets.
U.S. Park Police Chief Robert MacLean canceled a meeting Tuesday with D.C. Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton and U.S. Rep. Don Beyer, D-Va. Park Police later released a statement about the decision to cancel the meeting.
The head of D.C.’s Department of Motor Vehicles apologize for mistakenly sent out hundreds of letters fining drivers and promised to set drivers’ records right.
Office of Management and Budget Director Mick Mulvaney told the House Budget Committee on Wednesday that the military parade envisioned by President Donald Trump could cost between $10 million and $30 million.
The 288-bed hospital in Northwest D.C. saw increases in net patient revenue from higher inpatient and outpatient volumes across several areas, including oncology and surgical cases, a report finds.
A group is proposing an autonomous vehicle pilot program along 10th Street Southwest, also known as L’Enfant Plaza, calling the stretch from Independence Avenue to The Wharf an ideal candidate for an AV pilot zone because of its manageable daily vehicle volume — about 4,300 cars a day.
The Capitol Riverfront Business Improvement District reports that the neighborhood is expected to generate $287 million in revenues for the District in 2018, 3.5 times what it generated before the BID was created in 2007.
The International Spy Museum has hired a new executive director ahead of the grand opening of its new facility in L’Enfant Plaza. The new location is set to open in 2019.