The Metro Board is moving toward extending current rail service hours for at least another year, with the support of Maryland, Virginia and federal appointees — but the District continues to object to continued service cuts.
Documents obtained by Bloomberg reveal military engineers proposed a 1.5 mile long wall, designed to protect about three dozen buildings in D.C.’s Navy Yard.
D.C. vegans, rejoice. A London-based fast food chain, which is opening its second D.C. location this year, is adding a plant-based burger to its menu.
Aisha Bowe has enjoyed a meteoric rise from mediocre student to her dream job at NASA to CEO of a successful business. The D.C. resident’s long, winding road there is the stuff of black history.
A report by the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives says a fire that gutted a public housing complex for seniors in Washington, D.C., was likely caused by human activity.
A crowd several rows deep packed the streets around the Friendship Archway in Chinatown. People stood on bus stop benches, clustered by restaurant entryways and huddled together behind metal stanchions to watch the parade. See photos.
Investigators currently believe the fire was sparked by “some form of human activity in the cockloft of the building.” The exact nature of that activity and who — or if anyone — sparked the flames remains unknown.
Brace yourselves, D.C. — winter is back. After a few days of unseasonably warm weather, cooler air moved into the area once again with a chance of snow on Sunday night into Monday afternoon.
This year, folks taking part in Cupid’s Undie Run gathered at Penn Social donning a variety of costumes — all with underwear as the underlying theme. See photos.
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A newly released police report shows that a D.C. firefighter behind the wheel of a fire truck that crashed into a car last March, killing its intoxicated driver, was traveling nearly 25 miles an hour over the speed limit.
PHOENIX (AP) — Arizona State University is adding more space to its operations in Washington, D.C., as school officials say enrollment in the nation’s capital has grown faster than expected. The Arizona Republic reports the…
D.C.’s police chief on Thursday offered a council committee explanations for the rise in the murder rate at a time when the District’s violent crime overall is down. He followed, and addressed, hours of residents’ complaints about use of force and a lack of transparency in the department.
Lockheed Martin will offer on-the-spot jobs to up to 175 information technology professionals this weekend in D.C., but those who get the offer will have to prove themselves first.
Watch a livestream as acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker testifies before the House Judiciary Committee.
The proliferation of smartphones and social media have provided more avenues for online predators to target children. In the WTOP series, “Preventing Online Predators,” WTOP goes behind the screen with undercover detectives who work to identify and track down child predators on the internet and speaks to a family about how their teen daughter was targeted.