Judge Refuses To Dismiss Alleged Proud Boys Leaders' ChargesMore than 700 people have been charged with federal crimes related to the Capitol riot.
WFT Safety Everett Was Driver In Fatal Crash In Virginia, Officials SayThe passenger — Olivia S. Peters, 29, of Las Vegas — died at a hospital after Thursday night's crash along a road near Aldie, Virginia, according to the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office.
In Milestone Deal, Proud Boy Pleads Guilty In Capitol RiotProud Boys members describe themselves as a politically incorrect men’s club for “Western chauvinists.”
House Report Finds Lax Federal Oversight Of Trump's DC HotelEthics lawyers who have criticized Trump's decision to not divest himself of the Washington hotel and other financial interests before becoming president in January 2017 have repeatedly faulted the GSA for not canceling the family's hotel lease despite language in the contract barring government officials from profiting from the property.
Spurs Defeat Wizards, 116-99, For Season's First Win StreakDerrick White had 24 points, Dejounte Murray had 22 points and 10 rebounds, and the San Antonio Spurs defeated the Washington Wizards 116-99 to win consecutive games for the first time this season.
Actor Charged In Capitol Riot Almost Talked Way Into Staying In JailA prosecutor said he wasn't planning to seek pretrial detention for James Beeks of Orlando, Florida, until learning in court that the actor didn’t accept the court’s jurisdiction over him.
Former Montgomery County Police Chief Who Led DC Sniper Case Dies On ThanksgivingCharles Moose, the former Montgomery County Police Chief who lead the massive investigation into the Beltway Sniper attacks that terrorized the Washington, D.C. region in 2002, died Thursday, the department announced.
What's Next In The Investigation Of January 6The committee has been publicly stonewalled by two Trump allies who have emerged as central figures in the probe -- podcast host Steve Bannon and former White House chief of staff Mark Meadows.
Howard Students Reach Agreement With University Officials After Month-long Protest Over Poor Housing ConditionsStudent activists and civil rights leaders say the controversy is indicative of a widespread issue with crumbling buildings on century-old HBCU campuses that are often underfunded compared to predominately White institutions.
Reports: Trump Selling DC Hotel To Investment Firm For $375MA few hotel experts were surprised by the reported deal price given how few businessmen, tourists and lobbyists are coming to Washington.
Fucale Posts Shutout In NHL debut, Capitals Blank Red WingsZach Fucale became the first goaltender in Capitals history to post a shutout in his NHL debut, stopping 21 shots as Washington beat the Detroit Red Wings 2-0 Thursday night.
Local Woman To Digitally Archive Black Lives Matter Memorial At Enoch Pratt Free LibraryAfter standing for months, the wall was taken down earlier this year but now, Nadine Seiler, wants to make sure those messages live on.
Columbia Community Collects Winter Coats For Afghan Refugees Settling In Maryland AreaElsie Joel-Morse says over the past two weeks, thanks to word of mouth and dozens of generous hearts, she's been able to gather close to 1,000 winter coats for Afghan refugees housed at the Quantico Marine Base in Virginia.
Baltimore County-Based Diamond Comic Distributors Acquires Collectible Grading AuthorityDiamond Comic Distributors, Inc., the Cockeysville-based distributor of comics, graphic novels and other pop culture ephemera, has acquired Collectible Grading Authority, a company that grades action figures, video games, collectible dolls and other items.
Harford County Man Robert Reeder Sentenced To 3 Months In Capitol Riot CaseA federal judge said Friday he hopes a three-month sentence behind bars in a U.S. Capitol insurrection case will send a message to other defendants who don’t seem to be “truly accepting responsibility.”