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Members of Congress may not always agree and they may have challenges working together, but on Thursday they put their partisan differences aside for America’s favorite pastime. And, it’s for charity, too.
Washington Capitals players, coaches and owner Ted Leonsis were honored at Saturday’s afternoon game where the Nationals took on the Giants.
Capitals captain Alex Ovechkin better warm up his pitching arm — he is going to throw out the ceremonial first pitch when the Nationals host the San Francisco Giants at 12:05 p.m. Saturday.
Fans had plenty of new food and drink options around Nats Park during Thursday’s season opener. See photos.
The ceremonial first pitch was thrown out by Deputy Blaine Gaskill, the St. Mary’s County, Maryland, school resource officer who confronted the shooter at Great Mills High School on March 20.
As the 2018 season kicks off, a new survey said Nats fans can expect to pay a lot for a day at the old ballpark, but Orioles fans have it pretty easy. See where each team ranks for cost of fan experience in Major League Baseball.
Lexington, Virginia-based craft brewer Devils Backbone debuted Earned Run Ale as a draft at its Left Field Lounge bar at Nationals Park last year. Now it is bringing Earned Run Ale back, this time in cans, and available at retailers.
There may still be a chill in the air, but two sure signs of spring emerge Tuesday afternoon along the Anacostia River: a Washington Nationals home game, and the potential traffic problems that go with it.
Get a taste of what’s on tap for the 2018 season at Nationals Park. New items include hot dogs from Nathans, new beer vendors, a kids play area and even new theme nights. Get your costumes ready!
The Thompson D.C. will be the first hotel development within The Yards itself, set to open early 2020.
The NL Division Series began Friday night in D.C. with the Chicago Cubs beating the Washington Nationals 3-0 in Game 1. See how the Nats fare in their postseason run.
An agreement has been reached to keep Metro trains running later than scheduled, so Nationals fans who go to Thursday night’s winner-take-all playoff game against the Cubs will be able to hop on the rails when it ends.
The suspects allegedly used a stolen U-Haul to ram the ATM and abandoned it when an alarm at the stadium went off. The U-Haul truck was left sitting in middle of N Street.
Before Washington Nationals fans get upset at Metro, the agency wants to make clear it is up to the team to decide whether the rail system should stay open late for any playoff games.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.