John Temple will join The Washington Post as a managing editor overseeing local, digital and other coverage.
Washington’s cherry blossoms are busting out early this year, with buds popping so fast that a government work crew this week watched them unfurl on one tree in a single day.
District of Columbia officials are in talks to lure the Washington Redskins back to the city by hosting a team headquarters and training facility near the team’s former RFK Stadium.
The Washington Post is launching another round of buyouts — its fifth in the last decade — in its shrinking newsroom.
A poll by The Washington Post has found that half of Maryland residents now support legalizing same-sex marriage.
A new budget proposal that would raise Metro fares also calls for the hiring of more than 1,000 employees.
Christopher Ma, a new-media pioneer who pushed The Washington Post Co. to launch the free daily Express tabloid, has died. He was 61.
One of the bidders for a western Maryland slot-machine license says another bidder contacted him about making a deal to eliminate their competition.
The Washington Post may close six of its regional bureaus in Maryland and Virginia as office leases expire next year but will maintain bureaus in the state capitals.
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Police have identified a man who was shot and killed near the Howard University campus in Northwest Washington.
A Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist who covered the Virginia Tech massacre for The Washington Post went public Wednesday with a secret he has been keeping for nearly two decades: He is an illegal immigrant.