Madeleine Albright, First Female US Secretary Of State, DiesAlbright was a central figure in President Bill Clinton's administration, first serving as US ambassador to the United Nations before becoming the nation's top diplomat in his second term.
No Explosives Found After Bomb Threats Target D.C.-Area SchoolsThe all-clear was given at several schools in Washington, D.C., after a series of bomb threats prompted evacuations, authorities said.
17-Year-Old Charged In Annapolis Teen's Murder, Police SayA teen from Washington, D.C., is accused of murder in the September 2021 killing of another teen in Annapolis.
Panic At DC Pride Parade Sends People RunningPolice recovered a gun from a backpack, but no gunshots were fired.
Cherry Blossom Peak Bloom Expected April 1 In DCSpring is finally here, which means the cherry blossoms will be arriving sooner than later. The National Park Service has announced their new peak bloom prediction to April 1.
Vatican Recalls Priest From D.C. Embassy, Launches Child Porn InvestigationA local diplomat has been pulled from the United States after prosecutors say he's the center of a child pornography investigation Friday morning.
DC Makes Gender-Neutral Driver's Licenses AvailableWashington's mayor says the District of Columbia has become the first jurisdiction in the country to offer a gender-neutral identifier on driver's licenses.
DMV Unites to Battle Opioid State of EmergencyMaryland's opioid state of emergency gets added support from D.C. and Virginia.
Wizards' Oubre Suspended for Game 4 for Knocking Over OlynykWizards forward Kelly Oubre Jr. was suspended for Game 4 against the Boston Celtics after charging and knocking over Kelly Olynyk in Game 3.
Kidnapping Suspect Arrested in D.C., Found With 11-Year-Old GirlA kidnapping suspect from North Carolina was arrested in D.C. Sunday night, following a crash and chase near D.C. war memorials.
Police: Officer Shoots Armed Man During Pursuit In D.C.Police say an officer shot an armed man during a pursuit in southeast Washington.
Thousands In D.C. Protest Recent Police-Involved ShootingsThousands have gathered in Washington, D.C. to protest recent police-involved shootings.
Foodie's Guide To Washington, DCFood lover's guide to the best places for dining in the nation's capital.
U.S. House Votes To Renew D.C. School Voucher ProgramThe House voted Wednesday to reauthorize a pet program of outgoing Speaker John Boehner: school vouchers for District of Columbia students.
Court Quashes Some District Of Columbia Gun LawsIn a mixed decision, a federal appeals court on Friday struck down as unconstitutional several strict gun registration laws in the nation's capital, but upheld other restrictions aimed at public safety.