Man Shot Outside White House Still in Critical ConditionThe man who was shot outside the White House on Friday remains hospitalized.
D.C. Most Expensive U.S. City to Raise Family, Study SaysA new study says D.C. is the most expensive city to raise a family of four, thanks mostly to exorbitant childcare costs.
Secret Service Shoots Man with Gun Outside White HouseA Secret Service officer shot a man with a gun who approached a checkpoint outside the White House and refused to drop his weapon.
Man Shot by Secret Service After Approaching White House with GunThe incident occurred at 17th and E Streets, NW, at about 3:30 p.m. on Friday.
Transgender Woman: Guard Kicked Me Out of Women's RestroomPolice have charged a security guard with assault after a transgender woman says the guard kicked her out of a women's restroom in a Washington, D.C., supermarket.
Metro Catches Fire 4 Times Per Week, Study SaysThe District's subway system has reportedly experienced at least 85 fires so far this year.
'No Trump' Signs Pop Up Around D.C.Over the past few weeks, what look like parking signs have appeared around D.C., but the advisory has nothing to do with cars.
Transgender 'Milestones' Took Decades; More Lawsuits LikelySignificant progress was made last week in trans rights, but plenty of legal struggles are expected to soon follow.
Metro Enacts Speed Restrictions on Rail LinesParts of four Metro lines will be capped to a 45-mph speed limit as a part of the system's new safety plan.
Bevy of Errors in 2015 Amtrak Train DerailmentEight people were killed when an Amtrak train derailed near Philadelphia last year, and more and more questions continue to arise.
Metro to End Late-Night Weekend Service in Two WeeksAs expected, late-night weekend rides on the D.C. Metro are coming to an end.
Man Quitting Job to Visit Every National Park Service SiteA man plans to quit his job to visit all 411 National Park Service sites in order to spiritually connect with his late father.