DC United and city officials signed an agreement Thursday that would keep the Major League Soccer franchise in the District of Columbia with a new, $300 million soccer-only stadium.
Preventing cruise nightmares. Lawmakers in Washington grill cruise line executives about their ships stranding passengers.
The long wait is finally over for visitors who have been yearning for a whiff of a giant flower that smells oddly like rotting flesh.
A giant rainforest plant known as a corpse flower for its terrible smell is set to bloom at the U.S. Botanic Garden next to the Capitol.
A series of five shootings have left two men dead and at least one critically injured in Washington.
D.C. police say one of the victims of a double shooting in Southeast Washington has died.
Rusty the red panda is back in his home after his daring escape a few weeks ago. And he’s already attracting quite a crowd at the National Zoo in Washington D.C.
Moody’s Investors Service is reviewing Howard University for a possible downgrade of its credit rating as the historically black college faces financial challenges.
The D.C. Council issued a legislative rebuke to Wal-Mart on Wednesday, approving a bill that would require the retail giant and other big-box chain retailers to pay their employees a “living wage” of at least $12.50 an hour.
The Vietnam Veterans Memorial is collecting photographs of veterans named on the memorial wall, but organizers say they are coming up short on pictures of District of Columbia veterans.
Delta Sigma Theta is the world’s largest black women’s organization. And Baltimore was center stage in the celebration of its 100th anniversary.
The D.C. Council appears poised to reject a proposal by the city’s fire department to deploy more ambulances during the daytime and reduce the number on duty during the overnight hours.