US Navy To Create New National Museum In DCThe U.S. Navy has announced plans to create a new national museum in Washington D.C.
Two Maryland Cities, DC Among Best Places To Live In The U.S.Two Maryland cities are among the U.S. News & World Reports Best Places to Live.
Smith Returns As Goff-Led Rams Beat Washington To Get To 4-1Smith played his first NFL game 693 days since breaking his right tibia and fibula, entering when new Washington starting quarterback Kyle Allen injured his left arm
No Charges Filed Against Montgomery County Police Officer Who Fatally Shot Knife-Wielding ManThe Montgomery County police officer who fatally shot a knife-wielding man earlier this year will not be charged, officials announced Friday.
Trump Has 'Restful' First Night Back At White House, 'Continues To Do Extremely Well' With COVID-19 BattlePresident Donald Trump "continues to do extremely well" following his coronavirus diagnosis late last week, his doctor said in a memo Tuesday.
White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany Tests Positive For Coronavirus, Latest In President Trump's Inner CircleShe said she currently has no symptoms, but is beginning the quarantine process. 
President Trump Gets Second Dose Of Remdesivir To Treat Coronavirus, Could Be Discharged From The Hospital As Soon As MondayPresident Donald Trump's hospitalization stretched into a third day on Sunday as he and his health team sought to clarify contradictory statements and confusion from the day before that raised questions about the seriousness of his fight with COVID-19.
Nationals Let Pitching Coach Menhart Go, Year After TitleWashington Nationals pitching coach Paul Menhart will not be brought back next season after working in the organization for 15 years.
Customs Officials Seize Nearly 8,400 Prohibited Bongs At Dulles AirportOfficials seized thousands of prohibited bongs from a cargo shipment at Washington Dulles International Airport on Wednesday, the U.S. Customs and Border Protection agency said.
Christopher Harrison Killed In Shooting Near University Of Maryland College Park, Police SayA 28-year-old man died following a shooting near the University of Maryland College Park campus Thursday evening, the Prince George's County Police Department said.
Prince George's County Police Cpl. Tristan Thigpen Indicted, Accused Of Sexual Abuse Of MinorA Prince George's Police Department corporal has been indicted on multiple charges, including sexual abuse of a minor, stemming from an incident earlier this year, officials said Tuesday.