WASHINGTON — Congress may be on a downhill slide, but that doesn’t mean you can go sledding. On a recent snow day, kids and parents found out the most famous hill in Washington is not…
A second man was arrested for bringing a loaded hand gun to the Cannon Office Building just days after a congressional staffer was arrested for the same charge.
This Valentine\’s weekend has brought the 5th annual Cupid\’s Undie Run. DC\’s event is one of 30 being held in cities across the United States and 3 in Australia.
The partial shutdown of the federal government comes at a price – two of them, actually.
A historic hardware shop on Capitol Hill takes another step in its efforts to rebuild after a June fire destroyed the neighborhood icon.
The owner of Frager\’s Hardware is reconsidering his bid to raze
what\’s left of his fire-ravaged, approximately block-long Capitol
The rebuilding of Capitol Hill\’s iconic Frager\’s Hardware may
start with the total demolition of what\’s left of the fire ravaged
A Maryland man has been ordered to prison for a pair of attacks last summer, including a brutal baseball bat beating that left a Capitol Hill man with severe brain injuries.
Just days after an intense fire destroyed Frager\’s Hardware store, the Capitol Hill institution plans to re-open as a pop up shop across from Eastern Market.
WTOP\’s Capitol Hill Correspondent Dave McConnell received the first-ever Career Achievement Award from the Radio and Television Correspondents\’ Association.
A man charged with the near-fatal baseball bat beating of another
man on Capitol Hill last year has been found guilty by a D.C. Superior
On a beautiful sunny Valentine\’s Day on Capitol
Hill, the fur was flying, but not for the usual
Rescue groups from around the D.C. area brought more than 50 adoptable pets to show them off and highlight their plight at the Cannon House Office Building Thursday.
The Fridge on Capitol Hill has become the unofficial center of the graffiti
art community and a space for performance artists to explore their
creativity thanks to founder Alex Goldstein.
The Hawk \’n\’ Dove is back, although not as a dive
The three-part series "The making of Marion Barry" looks at how the future mayor got his start in the civil rights movement, how he became a power player in the city and his enduring legacy.