Maryland Court Hears Case Seeking New Sentence For DC SniperThe Court of Appeals did not issue a ruling Tuesday. It could take months for a decision.
National Cathedral Names Artist To Replace Confederate Windows With Racial Justice ImageryThe project is expected to be completed by 2023.
Ransomware Attack At Howard University Shuts Network, Classes CanceledThe school said there is no evidence yet of personal data being taken.
COVID-19 Latest: DC Renews Indoor Mask Mandate In Public Spaces Regardless Of Vaccination Status As Delta Variant Continues To Fuel CasesDC Mayor Muriel Bowser is renewing the indoor mask mandate in public spaces starting at 5 a.m. Saturday, regardless of vaccination status.
Man Rescued After 5-Story Building Under Construction Collapses In NW DC, 4 Others InjuredFirefighters rescued a man trapped after a building collapsed in northwest DC Thursday afternoon.
Former Acting Defense Chief To Testify On Jan. 6 ResponseFormer acting Defense Secretary Christopher Miller is scheduled to testify next week about the Pentagon's role in responding to the deadly Jan. 6 riot at the Capitol, the latest in a series of high-profile congressional hearings centered on the insurrection.
Family Of Ashli Babbitt Suing Capitol Police, Report SaysBabbitt was the only person shot during the Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol. She was shot through a window by an officer.
Genesis Announces First U.S. Tour In 14 Years, Will Stop In DCGenesis will perform their "The last domino? Tour 2021 at the Capitol One Arena on November 18.
Man Arrested After Refusing To Leave Restricted Space At US CapitolPolice said they arrested the person at around 7:20 p.m. in Upper Senate Park.
DC To Loosen COVID-19 Restrictions This WeekendWith COVID-19 numbers dropping, officials in the nation's capital are relaxing a number of restrictions after more than a year of lockdown.
National Zoo In Washington DC Reopening May 21The National Zoo in Washington D.C. will reopen to the public next month on May 21.
Medical Examiner: Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick Suffered Stroke, Died From Natural Causes Day After January 6 InsurrectionThe D.C. medical examiner's office ruled Monday that Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick, who was injured during the Jan. 6 insurrection, suffered a stroke and died from natural causes.
Repeated National Guard Missions In DC Trigger Frustration, DenialsThe D.C. National Guard confirmed that acting Army Secretary John Whitley has approved the deployment of 250 troops, but officials said the city's initial request was for as many as 1,000.
Gomes Ends Locastro's Steal Streak, Homers, Nats Top DiamondbacksAfter Tim Locastro's 29-steal streak to start his major league career ended, Arizona's center fielder immediately knew something was wrong with his left pinkie finger.
No Charges Against Officer Who Fatally Shot Ashli Babbitt During Insurrection At US Capitol In JanuaryFederal prosecutors say no charges will be brought against the officer who fatally shot a woman during insurrection at US Capitol in January.