A reinterpretation of the musical “My Fair Lady” is opening at Arena Stage with a diverse cast that includes new and familiar faces for Washington theater audiences.
Nine alleged gang members have been indicted in beatings that D.C. police say targeted the homeless and other vulnerable people.
Forecasters are warning water levels will continue to rise in the Chesapeake Bay and the Potomac River, which could cause coastal flooding.
Officials in the Washington region are asking residents to join in a day of service.
The D.C. police department is refusing to release a copy of a 911 call made after a shooting at the headquarters of a conservative Christian lobbying group.
Tough new teacher evaluations led to a strike this month in Chicago, but in the District of Columbia, such evaluations are “business as usual.”
Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood says he has confidence in the head of Washington’s airports authority, but not the board.
A District of Columbia health clinic specializing in HIV and AIDS has settled a lawsuit that accused a staff member of mistakenly telling a patient he was HIV-positive.
District of Columbia Mayor Vincent Gray says he has met crisis-communications expert Judy Smith but has not discussed his current problems with her.
A new report shows that more than half of those killed in traffic accidents in the nation’s capital in 2010 were pedestrians.
Nearly 300 children have been awarded new private school tuition vouchers under a federal program that’s been the source of tension between Congress and the White House.
A new law that toughens penalties for drunken driving in the nation’s capital takes effect Wednesday, but the city’s police department still is not using breath tests on suspected drunken drivers more than a year after the tests were suspended.