The FBI said its 16-month investigation into the shooting of Bijan Ghaisar is complicated, but Sen. Chuck Grassley isn’t satisfied with that answer.
During a trip to Fauquier County, Virginia, one expects to see horses — but what happened last weekend is something people never would have expected. See video.
Prosecutors have been advised the FBI has not found enough evidence to charge Sean Urbanski with federal hate crimes for the murder of U.S. Army Lieutenant Richard Collins III.
A Catholic priest charged with sexually abusing three parishioners has rejected a plea deal, and will maintain his innocence at trial.
Students at H.H. Poole Middle School in Stafford, Virginia, can’t help but smile when they see their assistant principal singing karaoke to start off the school day. Watch video.
A Montgomery County, Maryland, judge ruled Thursday that the fourth Damascus High School football player charged with using a broom to sexually assault younger students in a junior varsity locker room will be tried in juvenile court.
Loudoun County’s sheriff told WTOP there has been progress in the eight-year case of Bethany Decker, who was five months pregnant when last seen by her live-in boyfriend in their Ashburn, Virginia, apartment.
D.C. Council Member Trayon White said he car was involved in a crash, but had been borrowed by a friend, without permission.
The United States Supreme Court will consider whether younger Beltway sniper Lee Boyd Malvo should be resentenced in Virginia, where he received four convictions, and was sentenced to life in prison, with no chance of parole.
After more than a year of legislative work and a vote in the Maryland Senate, the father of Laura Wallen — a pregnant teacher who was murdered in 2017 — is hopeful Maryland will take steps to protect pregnant women.
One of the popular aspects of the Super Pet Expo is the exotic bird show by the New Jersey Bird Man, and his three macaws. See photos and video.
One month after the prestigious all-boys St. Albans School hired a law firm to conduct a sexual misconduct investigation, the Washington National Cathedral and two affiliated Episcopal schools that share the cathedral grounds have joined the investigation.
Members of the Leesburg, Virginia, community are invited to a dialogue at the Douglass School to discuss placing historical markers at the sites of three lynchings in Loudoun County that occurred between 1880 and 1902.
Thirty years after the invention of the World Wide Web, it’s time to reflect on how life has changed since the web arrived.
A Middleburg, Virginia, shopkeeper who sold items including a flask made from crocodile skin, a box made from sea turtle shell and a duster made from ostrich feathers has been sentenced to 30 days behind bars for selling products made from endangered species.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.