The Kentucky teen at the heart of an encounter with a Native American activist in Washington has sued NBC for $275 million alleging that it falsely labeled him a racist who instigated a threatening confrontation.
The Washington Post is seeking to have a Covington Catholic teen’s $250 million libel lawsuit thrown out, arguing in Tuesday court filings that the paper’s coverage of the teen’s chaotic viral encounter at the Lincoln Memorial in January with an American Indian activist did not defame him.
A Maryland man was arrested on charges of child cruelty after hitting an autistic child at a Northwest D.C. school earlier this month.
For beleaguered news organizations the prospect of a deep-pocketed savior — even from the very same tech industry that has kneecapped the media’s traditional business model — is all but irresistible.
Warren Brown, The Washington Post reporter and columnist who covered the automotive industry, has died Thursday.
Online vehicle marketplace Cars.com has entered into an agreement with The Washington Post to essentially take over the D.C. market as one of its direct sales channels, a move that will allow Cars.com to directly serve 84 percent of dealer customers.
D.C. Councilman Trayon White, who is accused of anti-antisemitism, denied a Washington Post report that said he left early from a tour of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. He defended himself and vowed to survive the controversy, which began last month.
Steven Spielberg, Meryl Streep and Tom Hanks go behind the scenes of “The Post,” which hits theaters nationwide on Friday.
Hollywood heavy-hitters Meryl Streep and Tom Hanks were in D.C. this week for the premiere of an upcoming film about The Washington Post’s decision to publish the “Pentagon Papers.”
Results from a poll show that most Virginians support keeping Confederate monuments while finding them offensive to African Americans. The poll also asked respondents about the climate surrounding race relations — here’s what they said.
Her simple dress design became the symbol of the ’70s, and now this legendary fashion designer is speaking out about her family and the first family.
More parents are realizing the importance of the HPV vaccine — especially the parents of boys.
After Donald Trump announced he is revoking the campaign credentials for The Washington Post, a columnist for the news organization said it would be a “disaster” if the policy transferred to the White House if he is elected.
Fannie Mae’s new national headquarters on L Street will feature a European-style plaza and will bring back the buzz to what was once the home of The Washington Post
This past year, Washington Post Food Critic Tom Sietsema embarked on a cross-country journey to more than a dozen destinations in search of the America’s best food cities. And the results are in.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.