DC Officials Announce Arrest In Death Of Of 6-Year-Old Nyiah CourtneyD.C. Police announced that a 22-year-old man has been arrested in the death of 6-year-old Nyiah Courtney. Courtney was shot in killed in Southeast DC on July 16.
Police Detail Capitol Riot Violence, Injuries: "This Is How I'm Going To Die'A committee investigating the Jan. 6 Capitol insurrection opened its first hearing Tuesday with a focus on the law enforcement officers who were attacked and beaten as the rioters broke into the building — an effort to put a human face on the violence of the day.
'Superbug' Fungus Spread Reported In DC Area Nursing Home, CDC SaysU.S. health officials said Thursday they now have evidence of an untreatable fungus spreading in two hospitals and a nursing home.
J. Thomas Manger Selected As New Capitol Police Chief Following Jan. 6 RiotA police official who has run large departments in Maryland and Virginia has been selected as chief of the U.S. Capitol Police in the aftermath of the Jan. 6 insurrection, in which pro-Trump rioters stormed the building in a violent rage, disrupting the certification of Joe Biden's presidential win.
DC Police Recover Suspect Car In Fatal Shooting Of 6-Year-Old Nyiah CourtneyMetropolitan Police say they have recovered a vehicle they believe may be connected to the fatal shooting of 6-year-old Nyiah Courtney.
$60K Reward Offered After 6-Year-Old Nyiah Courtney Killed, 5 Others Shot In DCA 6-year-old girl was killed and five other people were wounded when a gunman opened fire Friday night in a Washington, D.C., neighborhood, just feet from where police officers were stationed.
Rail Officials Push 15-Year Plan To Boost Northeast CorridorAs Congress eyes an infrastructure package, a coalition of transportation agencies and Amtrak on Wednesday released a 15-year plan of rail improvements for the congested Northeast Corridor that would boost daily train routes and significantly speed travel on Acela express lines.
Are Jan. 6 Rioters Traitors? So Far, Criminal Charges Say NoTo date, none of the more than 500 defendants accused in the attack have been indicted for sedition or for the gravest of crimes a citizen can face, treason. And as lesser charges are filed and defendants plead guilty, those accusations may never be formally levied.
FBI: Militia-Style Group Surveilled Capitol Weeks After RiotA Virginia man charged with joining the mob that stormed the U.S. Capitol told an undercover FBI agent that he belonged to a militia-style group and coordinated "surveillance efforts" on the same building more than a month after the riot, according to a court filing unsealed on Tuesday.
Capitol, Symbol Of Democracy, Off-Limits On Independence DayAs the rest of the nation emerges this July Fourth holiday from the pandemic for cookouts and fireworks that President Joe Biden is encouraging from the White House, the people’s house faces new threats of violence, virus variants and a more difficult moment.
Tornados Confirmed In Washington DC, Arlington ThursdayThe National Weather Service reported Friday that two tornados hit the DC area Thursday night.
House Poised To Launch New Probe Of Jan. 6 InsurrectionThe House is poised to launch a new investigation of the Jan. 6 Capitol insurrection on Wednesday with expected approval of a 13-person select committee to probe the violent attack.
Northeast DC Pedestrian Bridge Collapse Reportedly Caused By Tractor Trailer Collision, I-295 Now OpenAll road closures related to a pedestrian bridge collapse in Northeast D.C. have now reopened, D.C. Police said around 8 a.m. Thursday morning.
Officials Investigating After DC Pedestrian Bridge Collapses On Wednesday AfternoonSeveral people were injured after a pedestrian bridge collapsed in Northeast Washington D.C. Wednesday afternoon.
Security Guards Fired After Woman Dragged Down Stairs At Nellie's Sports Bar In DC During Pride WeekThe owners of a Washington, D.C., bar said Monday that they are investigating a weekend incident in which security guards were seen dragging a Black woman down a staircase and throwing her out of the bar.