Amtrak’s busy Northeast Corridor is running at about half its normal capacity for the second day in a row Wednesday.
The debate is heating up over the name of a Washington, D.C. fountain built in honor of an early-20th-century U.S. senator from Nevada who had white supremacist beliefs.
The National Park Service is rescinding a proposal to start charging entrance fees along the entire, 185-mile length of the Chesapeake & Ohio Canal National Historical Park.
Union leaders say emergency responders are still having communication problems in Washington subway tunnels in the wake of a fatal accident on the system last month.
Fire officials in Montgomery County say they’ve discovered trouble using their radios in some portions of the Metro system, an issue that follows similar problems for District of Columbia firefighters.
The U.S. Park Police says a Washington, D.C., couple engaged to be married were hit by a car as they changed a tire, killing the groom-to-be.
$50 million. That’s the amount a family is going to court for, following the death of a woman in a smoke-filled D.C. metro subway.
Charges have been dropped against a man arrested after police said he tried to move into a Montgomery County home he didn’t own.
Dozens of flights were canceled and delayed at the three major airports in the Washington-Baltimore region as the Northeast recovers from a powerful winter storm.
District of Columbia government offices will open on time despite a snowstorm set to move in Wednesday morning.
Startling revelations. A new report gives insight into communication problems when smoke filled a Metro train earlier this week. One person was killed and dozens of more became ill.
A man who plotted to attack the U.S. Capitol and kill government officials inside it and spoke of his desire to support the Islamic State militant group was arrested on Wednesday, the FBI said.