The District of Columbia Council remains bitterly divided on how, or even if, the nation’s capital should have the first government-run online gambling venture in the United States.
U.S. Park Police say they have obtained an arrest warrant for a man investigators believe was involved in gunfire near the White House.
More than 175 members of the District of Columbia Air National Guard are leaving for Afghanistan.
The National Pinball Museum is likely moving to Baltimore by year’s end after it lost its lease in Georgetown and couldn’t find another affordable space in Washington.
Amtrak is opening a new exhibit at Washington’s Union Station to recount the history of the “Great Migration” of Southern blacks moving to the North early in the 20th century.
The popular Washington eatery, bookstore and arts venue Busboys and Poets is opening its first location in Maryland.
A national private pilots group is urging its members to wise up about airspace restrictions around Camp David after a rash of violations.
NASA says low-level flights over the Baltimore-Washington traffic corridor to improve satellite monitoring of air quality are set to begin.
Dirk and his banged up finger beat the Heat in Game 2 last night. They were down 15 points and won with 3 seconds left.
Authorities say a fatal accident inside the Third Street Tunnel in southwest Washington has been cleared and an exit has reopened.
Some of the most enduring symbols of Japan are the cherry blossoms in Washington, D.C.
The nation’s capital is on the brink of losing its black majority for the first time in 60 years, according to Census data released Thursday.