Twitter Permanently Bans President TrumpTwitter is permanently banning President Donald Trump from its platform, the company announced late Friday. 
Capitol Police Officer Brian D. Sicknick Dies After Suffering Injuries During U.S. Capitol RiotCapitol Police officer has died after he sustained injuries during the riot at the U.S. Capitol Thursday.
Capitol Police Chief Steven Sund Resigning After Wednesday's RiotsCapitol Police Chief Steven Sund is resigning following the riot at the U.S. Capitol building on Wednesday, according to reports.
Live Music Venues Struggle To Survive As COVID-19 Pandemic Rages OnToday, many music venues remain closed or are running at limited capacities, which can be a significant financial strain for musicians and business owners.
Smithsonian Closing Museums And Zoo Again Amid COVID-19 SpikeIn response to rising COVID-19 infection numbers, the Smithsonian Institution is indefinitely shutting down operations at all its facilities, effective Monday and affecting seven museums, plus the National Zoo.
Americans Express Mixed-Emotions Over Justice Amy Coney Barrett's Fast-Paced Confirmation To Supreme CourtJustice Amy Coney Barrett took the judicial oath Tuesday and became the 115th Supreme Court Justice.
Department Of Justice Releases Report On Its Efforts To 'Dismantle' MS-13 In US, AbroadThe Department of Justice released this week a report on its efforts to "dismantle" MS-13 in the U.S. and abroad.
Baltimore, DC Among Best Places To RetireBaltimore and Washington D.C. are among the Best Places to Retire, according to the U.S. News & World Report.
Local Doctors Say President Trump's COVID-19 Diagnosis Serves As Reminder For How Easily Virus SpreadsLocal doctors say President Trump's diagnosis serves as a reminder for how easily the virus spreads.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg Lies In State At US Capitol; Mourners Pay Respect OutsideThe late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg lay in state Friday at the U.S. Capitol, the first woman in American history to do so, in commemoration of her extraordinary life.
20,000 Flags Placed On National Mall To Memorialize Covid-19 Deaths In The USTwenty thousand American flags have been placed on the National Mall as part of a memorial paying tribute to the more than 200,000 people nationwide who have died from the coronavirus.
Instacart Sued By DC Attorney General Over Allegedly Deceiving Customers, Failing To Pay TaxesInstacart, the popular grocery delivery startup valued at $14 billion, is being sued by DC Attorney General Karl Racine over allegedly deceiving customers with service fees, as well as failing to pay hundreds of thousands of dollars in District sales tax.
Birth Of Panda Cub Brings 'Joyous News' To The National ZooGiant panda Mei Xiang gave birth Friday to a wiggling cub and immediately began cuddling her offspring, Washington's National Zoo said.
Juan Soto Reinstated From COVID IL, But Not In Nats' LineupLeft fielder Juan Soto was reinstated by the Washington Nationals from the COVID-19 injured list Tuesday after missing the team’s first seven games of the season.
Honoring Late Rep. John Lewis: Public Viewing At U.S. Capitol Monday As Body Lies In StateCongressional lawmakers and the American public will have a chance to pay their respects to the civil rights icon and late congressman, Rep. John Lewis of Georgia, this week as his body lies in state at the US Capitol in Washington, DC.