Cardinal Donald Wuerl said he had a “lapse of memory” when he denied that he knew of claims of sexual abuse made against his predecessor, former Cardinal Theodore McCarrick.
Federal workers and contractors will be able to get food and produce from the Capital Area Food Banks at pop-up markets in D.C., Maryland and Virginia.
The first canceled payday of the shutdown is coming soon for FBI agents, and the president of the FBI Agents Association explains exactly what the loss of federal funding means to agents and their ongoing operations.
Federal employees are beginning 2019 at the same salaries as last year, after President Trump signed an executive order last Friday freezing federal salaries.
While the Smithsonian museums and the National Zoo will be open through New Year’s Day, things will change on Jan. 2 when those agencies also run out of money. Then, their doors will also close to tourists, locals and students on field trips.
Police are looking for a suspect after a 5-year-old girl says she was grabbed and molested by a man inside a library in Rockville, Maryland.
It’s that time of year when nerves run high around annual performance reviews — but for a certain area university president, things could get particularly awkward.
Montgomery County school officials are trying to figure out how a special needs student got on the right school bus to go home to Silver Spring, but somehow ended up in Baltimore.
Passenger ferries are a common form of transportation in several other big cities. It hasn’t caught on here, but one official in Prince William County, Virginia, thinks that will change.
A 4-year-old Maryland boy who suffers a rare metabolic disorder is heading to his favorite game show this year thanks to the work of the Make A Wish foundation.
Is Virginia ready to gamble on the casino industry to generate new revenue in lieu of raising taxes? A new poll suggests they are, and also has some surprising numbers about what direction voters think the state is headed in.
It’s the time of year when pipes and water main breaks start to spike, with water utilities averaging over a thousand repair calls every winter when temperatures plummet through February.
When water temperatures drop in the Potomac River, WSSC officials say they also see a spike in water main breaks. It’s “one of our key indicators,” said Carla Reid, general manager and CEO of WSSC.
Last winter was a big one for water main breaks, the WSSC said Thursday. Officials explained how they’re getting ready for this winter; workers detailed what it takes to fix one and how you can help.
D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser has named Shawn Townsend as the District’s new Director of Night Life and Culture, making him the point person for the District’s restaurants, bars, clubs, theaters and other after-hours venues
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.