Annual summer arts performances at Metro stations are starting.
A second man has now been charged in Virginia with setting off “bottle bombs” inside crowded movie theaters.
Authorities say two F-16 fighter jets escorted a small airplane out of restricted airspace in Washington, an apparently inadvertent intrusion that prompted evacuations at the U.S. Capitol and surrounding buildings.
The granddaughter of General Dwight D. Eisenhower thanked those who carried out the D-Day invasion, telling them during a 70th anniversary commemoration Friday at the nation’s World War II Memorial that “the world would have been a very different place” had their campaign failed.
The second annual Pride Day celebration at a D.C. high school takes a surprising turn.
Gone are the days of preparing for the National Spelling Bee with flash cards. You guessed it–there’s an app for that now.
We now know which city is the healthiest in the nation. Turns out, it’s right down the road.
Baltimore and Washington, D.C.’s bid to host the Olympics gets a little closer to reality. Two of our closest competitors have dropped their bids to represent the United States in the 2024 Summer Games.
Redskins President Bruce Allen says in a letter to Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid that the NFL team’s nickname is “respectful” toward Native Americans.
“The bear is loose!” Those were President Barack Obama’s words as he ditched his motorcade and left the White House on foot, favoring the fresh air in a walk toward the Interior Department.
The National Zoo is welcoming three new Asian elephants to its herd.
A Samoan woman who acknowledged killing her newborn son at a DC convent where she was studying to become a nun has been sentenced to four years in prison.