DC Metro's Red Line To Operate With Single Tracking After DerailmentPassengers looking to travel on DC Metro's Red Line are being told to plan ahead for Tuesday morning's commute after Monday's derailment.
Metro Officials Warn Of Delays During Morning Commute After Train DerailmentMetro riders are being warned that their commutes Tuesday morning may be impacted after a train derailed in downtown Washington, D.C. Monday morning.
An Opportunity For Students To Volunteer For the National Weather ServiceIf you are a college student who is looking for experience in meteorology, the National Weather Service is now accepting applications for volunteer college students for the summer of 2018.
Study Finds Drinking Habits, Problems Tied To Where You LiveAccording to the report, Washington DC is home to the highest percentage of heavy and binge drinkers in the entire country.
House To Vote On Mandatory Sexual Harassment TrainingRocked by allegations of sexual misconduct, the House is moving ahead on legislation to require anti-sexual harassment training for all members and their staffs.
Governors, Mayor Head To Canada For Trade MissionThe governors of Maryland and Virginia and the mayor of Washington are headed to Canada together for a trade mission.
Special Stench: Corpse Flowers Blooming At U.S. Botanic GardenThree "corpse flowers" are now blooming at the U.S. Botanic Garden, which is drawing in brave visitors from all over the country.
Lincoln Memorial, D.C. Monuments VandalizedThe Lincoln Memorial was vandalized Tuesday morning, with an expletive written in red paint.
2nd Phase Completed For Hyperloop; D.C. To New York In MinutesImagine getting from Washington D.C. to Baltimore in just a few minutes. Hyperloop One, a "pod" designed to transport people at the speed of sound has reached another milestone.
Victim Of Unprovoked Attack Seeks Good Samaritan Who Helped HimAfter subway rider was the target of an unprovoked attack, he's now looking for a law student who may have saved his life.
Secret Service: Person Arrested on White House GroundsPresident Donald Trump on Saturday praised the U.S. Secret Service for doing a "fantastic job" apprehending a "troubled person" who climbed a fence and was approaching a south entrance to the White House while Trump was inside the executive mansion.
Baltimore-Native Presented Key To D.C. For Philanthropy WorkA Maryland man who has given millions to some of Washington's most treasured monuments was given something in return.