National Harbor Brings Back Movies On The PotomacThe free event is held outdoors and runs from May to the end of September.
Capitol Riot Suspect Is Granted Refugee Status In Belarus After Fleeing USA federal grand jury in Washington indicted Neumann in December on 14 charges, including assaulting a police officer and engaging in physical violence on Capitol grounds. Neumann is accused of punching two officers at the Capitol.
USPS Connect Service Launches In Maryland, D.C.USPS Connect, a service the U.S. Postal Service says offers faster local, regional and national delivery for businesses, has launched in Maryland and Washington D.C., the postal service said.
Hitachi Rail Bringing $70M Manufacturing Facility To Hagerstown, Officials SayHitachi Rail, a branch of the Japanese conglomerate Hitachi, is opening a new $70 million facility in Hagerstown to manufacture railcars, including the new fleet of all-electric 8000-series cars for the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority, the company announced on Monday.
'Urgent' Manhunt Underway To Find Suspect In Shootings Of 5 Homeless Men In New York City And DCThree of the shootings took place last week in Washington. D.C., followed by two further shootings in New York this weekend.
Cherry Blossom Festival Marks DC's Pandemic ComebackTrees in some Washington neighborhoods have begun to blossom, but not around the Tidal Basin — the main focus for tourists and photographers.
Car Crashes Into DC Restaurant's Outdoor Patio, 2 Women DeadAn SUV crashed Friday afternoon into the outdoor seating area of a popular Greek restaurant in Northwest Washington, D.C., killing two women and injuring at least six others, three of them critically.
Jury Finds First US Capitol Riot Defendant To Go On Trial Guilty On All CountsA jury in Washington, DC, on Tuesday found January 6 rioter Guy Reffitt guilty of all five charges he faced related to the US Capitol attack, in the pivotal outcome of the first federal trial related to the riot.
Baltimore Man Charged In Capitol Riot, Allegedly Tried To Take Officer's Riot ShieldAn online tip was submitted to authorities by someone who recognized Rheiner in a YouTube video, according to the affidavit.
Maryland State Police Say They're Prepared To Allocate Additional Resources For Potential ConvoysMaryland State Police said Thursday they're prepared for convoys looking to disrupt local traffic to protest COVID-19 protocols and are coordinating with other agencies in Maryland, Virginia and Washington D.C. to respond if needed.
Wizards Beat Pistons For 14th Straight Time At Home, 116-113Kyle Kuzma scored 21 points and Thomas Bryant added 16, and the Washington Wizards won their 14th straight home meeting with Detroit, holding off the Pistons 116-113 on Tuesday night.
California Convoy Opposing COVID-19 Mandates Hits The Road For DCA statement issued by organizers of the Adelanto group called it “The People's Convoy” and said it was multicultural and nonpartisan, although there were Trump flags at the rally.
National Guard To Help DC Control Traffic For Truck ConvoysThe Pentagon has approved the deployment of 700 unarmed National Guard troops to the nation’s capital as it prepares for trucker convoys that are planning protests against pandemic restrictions beginning next week.
No Explosives Found After Bomb Threats Target D.C.-Area SchoolsThe all-clear was given at several schools in Washington, D.C., after a series of bomb threats prompted evacuations, authorities said.
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.