Washington Capitals Sign Trevor Van Riemsdyk To 2-Year Extension
Fencing Around Capitol Comes Down More Than 2 Months After InsurrectionThe outer fencing put up to protect the US Capitol following the January 6 insurrection has started to come down, allowing the public to regain access to the iconic building's grounds.
White House Cancels In-Person Easter Egg RollThe White House is scrapping its traditional in-person Easter Egg roll and going virtual.
Stone Tablet Marking First Amendment Freedoms, Formerly At Newseum, Finds New Home In PhiladelphiaA four-story, 50-ton marble tablet engraved with the text of the First Amendment, previously displayed on the facade of the now-shuttered Newseum in Washington, will find a new home in Philadelphia across from Independence Hall.
FBI Releases New Videos Of 10 People Wanted In 'Most Egregious' Attacks On Police Officers During Capitol RiotsThe FBI on Thursday released videos of ten people the agency said are suspects in the "most egregious assaults" on police officers during the deadly January 6 riots at the U.S. Capitol.
Maryland Rep. Andy Harris One Of 12 To Vote Against Awarding Medal To Police Officers For Efforts During Capitol RiotsMaryland Rep. Andy Harris was one of 12 members of Congress to vote against awarding Congressional Gold Medals to police officers who protected the U.S. Capitol during the deadly riots two months ago.
Man Arrested On Weapons Charge Near US Naval Observatory, Home To Vice PresidentsDistrict of Columbia police on Wednesday arrested a man near the vice president's residence on a weapons charge. Vice President Kamala Harris does not live at the home yet.
3 More Arrested In Murder, Robbery Of Brian Bregman In LaurelPolice have arrested three more people in the murder and robbery of a Laurel man at his home last month, bringing the total number of arrests in the case to five.
FBI Releases New Videos Of Suspect Accused Of Leaving Pipe Bombs At DNC, RNC Headquarters In DC On Eve Of Capitol RiotsThe FBI on Tuesday released new videos showing the person they believe left pipe bombs at the headquarters of the Democratic National Committee and Republican National Committee the night before the deadly riots at the U.S. Capitol in January.
Gas Prices Continue To Climb As Supply Tightens, Demand Increases, AAA SaysGas prices continue to climb across the U.S., with average prices jumping double digits in every state since Friday, AAA said Monday.
Nats Release Jeffress For Unspecified 'Personnel Reasons'Jeremy Jeffress was released by the Washington Nationals on Sunday for what general manager Mike Rizzo called unspecified "personnel reasons," less than two weeks after the reliever agreed to terms on a minor league deal.
'Nothing But Respect': Washington Releases Comeback Player Of The Year Alex SmithWashington released AP Comeback Player of the Year Alex Smith on Friday, a move that was expected but still provides a cold ending to the veteran quarterback's storybook tenure with the organization.
Shaquille Scott Arrested Following High-Speed Chase, Hit-And-Run In Stolen Vehicle On Capital Beltway, Police SayA 23-year-old man has been arrested following a high-speed pursuit and a hit-and-run crash involving a Virginia state trooper and two other vehicles on the Capital Beltway Wednesday evening, Maryland State Police said Thursday.
Washington Football Team Replacing Cheerleading Team With Coed Dance TeamWashington will not have cheerleaders for the first time since the NFL’s longest-running cheerleading team was founded in 1962, with a coed dance team taking its place.
7 Years After Disappearance, DC Police Still Searching For Relisha RuddOn the seventh anniversary of her disappearance, police in the nation's capital spread pamphlets calling for information in the case of Relisha Rudd.