Russian gun rights activist Maria Butina, 30, agreed to plead guilty to conspiracy and cooperate with federal, state and local authorities in any ongoing investigations.
Celebrate the most wonderful time of the year in D.C. with everything from bustling markets to whimsical light displays. Here are over 20 ways to get in the holiday spirit.
Providence Health System, in Northeast D.C., had planned to shut down its emergency room walk-in service Dec. 5 and all acute-care services by Dec. 14. However, it will continue to operate its emergency department for patients with low-acute, less severe conditions through April 30.
‘Tis the season for giving. If you’re looking for a way to give back to the D.C.-area community, whether through time or turkeys, here are some ideas.
Looking to entertain out-of-town family with something other than the typical museums and monuments? The next time you have visitors in town, try these not-so-typical destinations, and show your family another side of D.C. (This post was updated Dec. 14, 2017.)
The scorching heat is gone and so are the summer crowds. Here are the top 10 things to do this fall in D.C. before the freeze sets in.
It’s not all about chunky knits and crunchy leaves: Fall is the prime time for pumpkins. Here are a few D.C.-area pumpkin patches to visit in the new season.
The biggest night of the year is almost here. From family-friendly fun to glitzy galas, here are 10 things you can do on New Year’s Eve.
Here are some destinations worth checking out the next time you’re making plans and want to keep all the activity within a block or two.
An injured bald eagle was rescued in Southeast D.C. Saturday, just in time for the Fourth of July.
D.C.’s hotels aren’t just for tourists. Many offer a welcoming place for locals to drink, dine and relax. Here are some of the most popular hotel hangouts in the District.
Grab Old Bay and a beer — it’s time to get cracking. Here are some of the best places to find crabs around the region.
Each year around Memorial Day, D.C. readies itself for the rumble and roar of motorcycles, as hundreds of thousands take to the streets for the annual Rolling Thunder rally. This year, that roar came a few weeks early — only double strollers replaced Harley-Davidsons.
The next time you make special plans, consider making them with one of your kids.
Most people on Earth don’t know what -220 degrees Fahrenheit feels like, but these days, more Washingtonians are getting a taste of this incomprehensibly cold climate — if only for three minutes at a time.
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.