1 U.S. Capitol Police Officer Killed, Another Injured After Man Rams Vehicle Into Security Barricade, Suspect Also KilledOne U.S. Capitol police officer was killed and another officer was injured after a man rammed his vehicle into a barricade on the north side of the Capitol building Friday afternoon in Washington D.C.
Nationals-Mets Opener Delayed After Positive COVID Test, Tracing
Biden Announces Diverse First Slate Of Judicial Nominees, Two In MarylandPresident Joe Biden on Tuesday unveiled his first slate of judicial nominees, a racially diverse and mostly female field that is a sharp departure from the largely white and male picks during Donald Trump's administration.
Westbrook Records 16th Triple-Double Wizards Beat PacersRussell Westbrook had 35 points, a season-high 21 assists and 14 rebounds for his NBA-leading 16th triple-double, helping the Washington Wizards to a 132-124 win over the Indiana Pacers on Monday night.
Silver Spring Man Rev. Dr. Lyle Pointer Is One Of Nearly 100K People Waiting For A Kidney Transplant, He's Hoping Someone Can HelpKidney disease disproportionality affects the Black community. It's something that a local pastor has been dealing with for the past 12 years.
Cherry Blossoms in DC Reach Stage 4 Bloom as Park Service Preaches SafetyThanks to recent warm temperatures, thousands got an early treat. 
Capitals Hold On To Beat Rangers For 10th Win In 11 Games
DC Cherry Blossoms Reach Peak Bloom Early After Warm Weather Last WeekPeak bloom is here!
Tidal Basin Access Will Be Limited During Cherry Blossoms' Peak Bloom For COVID-19 Safety If you're planning to visit the cherry blossoms in Washington, DC over the next few weeks, make sure you're aware of certain limitations due to COVID-19. 
DC Cherry Blossoms Halfway Through Bloom Stage, Peak Bloom Set For April 2-5The National Park Service says you can see the little florets as the blossoms are halfway through their bloom stage, on phase three of six.
Congressional Democrats Push For DC Statehood At Key House Committee HearingDemocrats expressed urgency as Congress prepares to once again consider giving statehood to Washington DC, vowing that legislation on the issue would be considered by both chambers.