D.C. Councilmember and mayoral candidate Tommy Wells is attempting to raise awareness about the struggles of the city’s minimum wage workers by limiting his own lifestyle for a week.
A former Washington private school teacher who was once featured on the FBI’s list of most wanted fugitives pleaded guilty Thursday to child pornography charges and faces decades in prison.
D.C. Police say the 85-minute lockdown of American University’s campus was prompted by a call from a student who spotted a man wearing a gun holster on the university’s shuttle bus.
A Navy spokeswoman says repairs and modifications on the building where the Navy Yard shooting occurred in September will create a new “sense of place” for returning employees.
District of Columbia Fire Chief Kenneth Ellerbe has won a key battle in his long-running effort to change firefighters’ work schedules.
Montgomery County police say a man suspected of committing bank robberies at two banks has been arrested after a bank robbery in Washington.
A D.C. Council committee voted unanimously Wednesday in favor of an ambitious college scholarship program for city high school students that could cost up to $60 million a year.
An act that would eliminate taxpayer funding for presidential campaigns and conventions and redirect it to funding to pediatric medical research is on the floor of the House of Representatives today.
Vice President Joe Biden says former South African President Nelson Mandela taught the world that trust, justice and reconciliation are possible, and that change can come.
D.C. Councilmember Jack Evans still has raised the most money of the candidates for mayor of Washington, and Councilmember Muriel Bowser still has the most left to spend.