Patient Dies After Altercation With Security at D.C. HospitalA patient at a Washington hospital died after an altercation with two security guards.
Dozens of Deaths Likely from Volkswagen Pollution DodgeVolkswagen's pollution-control chicanery has not been victimless, killing between five and 20 people in the U. S. annually in recent years.
Navy Mile to Lead to Street Closures in D.C.A handful of streets in downtown D.C. will be closed Sunday morning for the Navy Mile, and police are asking drivers to consider alternate routes.
D.C. VegFest to Take Place Despite Stormy WeatherA free festival celebrating vegan eating will take place at Yards Park in Southeast D.C., despite rain that threatened to postpone or cancel the event.
Addiction Awareness Rally to be Held in D.C.The National Mall will play host to a rally Sunday that aims to raise awareness for addiction in the U.S.
Abortion, Birth Control, Race Top Supreme Court AgendaThe Supreme Court begins a new term Monday, and among the most divisive issues are abortion, birth control and race.
Rain Eases Up, Gusty Winds Continue in D.C. AreaJoaquin is not much of a threat to D.C., but the area will continue to soak up water and be slammed by strong winds throughout the weekend.
Hurricane Expected to Stay Offshore, More Rain Coming to D.C. AreaHeavy rain and strong winds are expected throughout Friday and early Saturday.
D.C. Will Not Activate City's Emergency Operations CenterD.C. will not activate the city's Emergency Operations Center for now as Hurricane Joaquin is tracking away from the East Coast.
Vatican: Pope's Meeting With Kim Davis Was Not A Form Of SupportA spokesman said Francis met with "several dozen" people at the Vatican's embassy in Washington just before leaving for New York.
Weekend Work to Affect 4 of Metro's 6 LinesThe orange, silver, blue and yellow lines will all run every 20 minutes from 10 p.m. Friday through Sunday.
Obama Makes Push for Gun Control After Shooting, Says Thoughts & Prayers 'Not enough'A grim President Barack Obama says the U.S. has "become numb" to mass shootings like Thursday's incident in Oregon, where 20-year-old gunman killed at least 9 people at Umpqua Community College.