Thousands marched down Constitution Avenue to the White House Sunday, protesting Israel and calling for a free Palestine.
It’s the third Sunday in July, which gives lovers of a certain creamy, delicious dessert an excuse to break their diets.
A Pennsylvania congressman’s press secretary has pleaded not guilty to a weapons charge after Capitol police say he carried a gun into a federal office building in Washington.
The first Silver Line train departs the Wiehle-Reston East station on Saturday, but major changes across Metrorail are beginning this week in preparation for the opening.
District of Columbia transportation officials say the Frederick Douglass Memorial Bridge will be closed for several hours for routine testing.
A federal judge has thrown out the remainder of a lawsuit that attempted to halt the closure of 15 District of Columbia public schools.
President Barack Obama is foregoing his usual round of weekend golf at a Washington suburban military base. Instead, he and his family are choosing what is for them a rare woodland getaway: a weekend at the presidential mountaintop retreat of Camp David.
Lots of teenagers have cars, but it’s a rare family that can afford to buy their child a brand new vehicle.
The National Zoo says it has euthanized its Sulawesi macaque, the last of a group donated to the zoo almost two decades ago.
One-time White House party crasher and former reality television figure Tareq Salahi has failed to submit enough valid signatures to qualify for the ballot Independent Green Party candidate for outgoing U.S. House Majority Leader Eric Cantor’s seat in Congress.