The House of Representatives passed a bill last week that includes support for D.C. statehood.
“Sometimes we can laugh and giggle about marijuana, right? But it’s big business,” said D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser at the ceremonial opening of Anacostia Organics.
Even though the District isn’t a state there are plenty of reasons to vote in the general election Nov. 6. Here’s what you need to know.
The well-traveled Stanley Cup made its way to Capitol Hill, where fans decked out in team apparel lined the halls of the Rayburn Building to get their turn with the championship prize won by the Washington Capitals this summer.
With Washington in turmoil over a U.S. Supreme Court nominee who suddenly finds his Senate confirmation in trouble after allegations of sexual misconduct, D.C. Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton sees a version of history repeating itself.
In anticipation of Sunday’s expected gathering of white nationalists in D.C., area leaders are trying to give counterprotesters advice about how best to respond to bigoted groups.
The National Children’s Museum celebrated its new and improved space, located along Pennsylvania Avenue at Woodrow Wilson Plaza.
The Potomac Riverboat Company’s water taxi fleet services National Harbor in Maryland, Alexandria in Virginia, and Georgetown and The Wharf in D.C. See video.
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.
D.C. Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton said a few parking spots are holding up a long-planned bicycle lane connecting Union Station to the Capitol.
Since the change was made to use “District of Columbia” on D.C. licenses and ID cards, there have been reports of people having their ID’s authenticity questioned in airport security screening lines.
Under legislation D.C. Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton introduced Thursday, the sprawling 2,000-acre park would get a name change.
The National Park Service announced it wants to prohibit sports and recreation on multiple fields along the National Mall, but D.C. residents and government officials do not agree with the decision.
D.C. Council members are looking ahead to a busy fall legislative session. But one major piece of legislation remains in limbo. The District’s death with dignity law has landed on the congressional chopping block.
D.C. Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton has called on the entire Metro Board to resign in order to speed up governance reforms at the struggling public transit agency and possibly help secure more federal funding.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.