Attorney: Man Charged In DC Actress' Death Is InnocentAttorneys for a man charged in the death of a Washington, D.C., actress and yoga teacher say the man suffers from mental illness and is innocent.
Metro Proposes Fare Hikes, Service Cuts, LayoffsMetro has proposed reducing service, increasing fares and laying off 1,000 workers in an effort to balance its budget.
Storm Brings Down Trees, Powerlines In NorthwestTrees and power lines snapped Saturday as a powerful storm bearing the remnants of a Pacific typhoon hit the Northwest.
MTA Investigating Possible Maglev Train For Baltimore-DCGetting from Baltimore to Washington, D.C. in 15 minutes could be a reality, but there are still obstacles to overcome.
Trump's New DC Hotel Vandalized With Spray-Painted GraffitiDonald Trump's new luxury hotel in downtown Washington has been vandalized.
DC Council Considers Doing Away With 'Tampon Tax' The District of Columbia could join the states that have eliminated the so-called "tampon tax."
Police: Man Stabbed After Cutting DC Pizza LinePolice say a man stabbed a person who had cut the line at a Washington pizza restaurant.
Elevator Trouble Closes Washington Monument IndefinitelyThe Washington Monument will be closed indefinitely because of ongoing problems with its elevator, the latest in a series of woes for one of the city's most enduring tourist attractions.
Metro Chief Proposes Permanent End to Late-Night ServiceMetro's general manager is proposing that the Washington-area subway system should close at midnight on a permanent basis to allow for ongoing maintenance.
FBI Offers $10K Reward to Track Down Stolen WeaponsThe FBI in Washington is offering up to $10,000 to help recover stole weapons.
Holocaust Museum Asks 'Pokemon Go' Users to Play Somewhere Else'Pokemon Go', the new cell phone game that has turned into quite the craze is leaving some—like the Holocaust Museum, a little annoyed.
Thousands In D.C. Protest Recent Police-Involved ShootingsThousands have gathered in Washington, D.C. to protest recent police-involved shootings.