The U.S. attorney for the District of Columbia will step down after five years on the job to return to private practice, he announced Monday, leaving behind a record of prosecutions for terrorism, public corruption and violent crime.
Two high-ranking agents are accused of crashing a government vehicle right into an investigation scene after leaving a party.
The D.C. Council has approved a bill that would ban marijuana smoking in private clubs.
DC is just hours away from legalizing marijuana but Maryland is still at the center of a heated debate over the drug.
Washington’s fire chief says all the city’s firefighters will be trained on how to respond to emergencies on the subway system.
Metro says a disabled train has been taken out of service at the Woodley Park station where there were reports of smoke in the station.
The Washington region is getting ready to celebrate Chinese New Year.
The Washington National Cathedral has finished the first phase of restoration work needed after an earthquake in 2011.
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.