A brazen cell phone theft–caught on camera. It’s a crime that’s becoming too common across the nation and here in Baltimore.
A gospel singer who says God delivered him from being gay was removed from a concert lineup at the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial after a request from Washington’s mayor.
The old American tradition of keeping souvenirs as historical mementos is the focus of a new exhibit at the Smithsonian Institution.
A woman charged with defacing the Washington National Cathedral has been ordered released to a halfway house.
While cancer patients in Maryland continue to risk arrest for buying marijuana, neighboring Washington D.C. opens its first marijuana dispensaries.
A woman who gave birth to a baby boy on a Metro platform in downtown Washington is getting a baby gift she probably didn’t expect — $100 in subway or bus fare.
Metropolitan Police have charged a man with second-degree murder in the beating death of an off-duty D.C. firefighter two years ago.
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.