A statue of Frederick Douglass will soon be moved to the United States Capitol alongside statues of luminaries from the 50 states, and District of Columbia leaders are planning to celebrate the move.
A deaf former inmate in the District of Columbia is suing the Department of Corrections, saying he was mistreated while serving a 60-day sentence for assault.
The District of Columbia ended fiscal 2012 with a $417 million budget surplus, a windfall that illustrates how the fiscal climate in the nation’s capital differs from much of the nation.
Metropolitan police have identified an alleged bank robber who tried to use the Metro as his getaway vehicle.
Schools in the Washington area will have counselors and some extra police patrols as students return to class following the school shooting in Connecticut.
Packing Camden Yards during the week, which was the norm during the playoff years in 1996 and 1997, might be unrealistic.
Mike Wise from the Washington Post wrote a column chastising Orioles fans for their use of “O” in the anthem.
I believe for years that MASN has been trying to force this rivalry down our throat, but with both teams having success this year, I’m actually very intrigued by the match up.
An all-day series of performances and food events on Washington’s Southwest Waterfront is counting down to a fireworks show for the National Cherry Blossom Festival.
Cherry blossom season means a holiday from weekend track work for Metro riders.
Two former Metro workers accused of stealing potentially hundreds of thousands of dollars in coins from fare card machines are scheduled to enter guilty pleas in federal court.
Forecasters say there’s a chance of rain and snow Sunday afternoon and evening in the nation’s capital.