Maryland negotiated a deal with the Department of Interior to gain control of 300-acres near National Harbor as part of a strategy to keep the Redskins.
Only 24 percent of companies in a recent Robert Half Technology survey said they block access to online shopping sites. But nearly 70 percent of companies said they monitor employees’ online buying habits at work.
The measure would also open the 190-acre campus to commercial development by extending the District’s long-term lease on the land from the federal government for 99 years beyond its 2038 expiration and removing restrictions limiting the land to sports and recreation uses.
National Wreaths Across America Day is Saturday, Dec. 15, and the organization is still looking for is looking for help to honor those buried at Arlington National Cemetery.
A man became trapped in his vehicle late Sunday night after a crash on the Suitland Parkway. He and another victim were transported to a hospital, where the man died of his injuries.
The ACLU and the 40-year-old M.B. Cottingham sued police in July over the September 2017 anal search by Officer Sean Lojacono, who denies inappropriately touching Cottingham.
Thirty years after the release of a groundbreaking book about D.C.’s hardcore punk scene, its author says some of the messages are as resonant today as when the book first came out.
The D.C. area may see some snow flurries or showers during Sunday’s winter storm, though accumulation will be less than significant. The greatest impact will be felt in southern Maryland and central Virginia. Still, what forecasters have dubbed “conversational wintry weather” could make for slippery roadways and an icy start to the workweek. Here’s what you need to know.
Now in its eighth year, the Annual Warming Hearts Coat Drive began with the generosity of a 10-year-old. See photos.
The traditional rules of tango are deeply gendered — the man leads and the woman follows. But in Queer Tango, a class where gender rules don’t matter, students learn both roles and may dance with whomever they’d like.
Two African-American women teamed up to open Brown Beauty Co-Op, a shop featuring beauty products tailored for women of color. The store had its grand opening Saturday in Dupont Circle. See photos.
An apartment fire in the Mount Pleasant neighborhood in northwest D.C. was caused by flammables being stored too close to the furnace, D.C. Fire and EMS officials said.
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Darrise Jeffers, 19, of Northwest D.C. is the seventh person charged in connection to the July 16 gang-motivated shooting that killed the 10-year-old girl and injured several others, D.C. police said Friday.
Nearly 40 percent of D.C.’s public schools, including charters, got a rating of three stars under the new school performance rating unveiled Friday.
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.