After several months of searching for suspects involved in nine bank robberies in the Washington metro area, a man has confessed
A hundred and fifty years ago today, Abraham Lincoln was shot. Now the state has compiled some of the dozens of sites relating to that day and those times in a self-guided tour.
You couldn’t have asked for a more picture-perfect day to cap off this year’s Cherry Blossom Festival. The buds and the Capitol were in full bloom.
Washington’s famous cherry blossoms are set to hit peak bloom this weekend as the National Cherry Blossom Festival draws big crowds for its annual parade and Japanese street festival.
A massive power outage blacked out thousands in D.C. and Maryland and officials say the issue started with transmission equipment dozens of miles away.
Capitals fans can start buying playoff tickets for the team’s first three home games.
A District of Columbia police officer from Ellicott City is getting a congressional medal for killing the Washington Navy Yard shooter in 2013.
Former congressman Jesse Jackson Jr. arrived at a Baltimore facility late Thursday night from federal prison. Now he says he wants a second chance from his constituents.
A United Airlines jet forced to return to Dulles International Airport after passengers jumped into action to deal with a disturbance on board.
In an effort to improve transportation between the DC and Baltimore areas, the MARC train is expanding routes.
The new mayor of the nation’s capital gave her constituents what they wanted — the ability to legally grow and share marijuana in private.
The District of Columbia has defied threats from Congress and moved forward with legalizing possession of marijuana after a voter-approved initiative.