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.
Krejci, Bergeron, Marchand Score 2 As Bruins Beat Caps 6-3David Krejci, Patrice Bergeron and Brad Marchand each scored two goals and the Boston Bruins held off the Washington Capitals 6-3 in an at times heated matchup between the East rivals on Sunday.
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.
With New Payment System, Your Metro SmarTrip Card May Not Work Soon. Here's How You Can Replace It.A heads up if you take the Metro, you may need to get a new Smart Trip card. 
No Indication Officer In Capitol Attack Was Stabbed, ShotA Capitol Police officer killed last week when a man armed with a knife rammed his car into two officers at a barricade outside the Capitol does not appear to have been stabbed, slashed or shot, a police official told The Associated Press on Monday.
Capitol Attack Raises Questions Of Security Vs Public AccessLawmakers are trying to balance openness with safety after Friday's attack within steps of the Capitol, a challenge for Congress, nearly three months after a mob stormed the seat of American democracy, to "make it as secure as it needs to be but as free as we could possibly make it," as one senator said Sunday.
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.