Enthusiasm is growing among Hispanic Catholics in New York, Philadelphia and Washington, D.C. over Argentine-born Pope Francis first U.S. visit.
There is a three-way tug of war between Maryland, Virginia and D.C. to build a new stadium for the Redskins.
D.C. residents can head to “The BEACH” for free this summer thanks to Ward Days.
One person has died and another person is in the hospital after a crash, which shut down the Southeast-Southwest Freeway in D.C. for several hours Sunday morning.
A former District of Columbia police officer was arrested at the Library of Congress this week for trying to bring a loaded, unregistered gun into the building.
The National Air and Space Museum has increased its goal for a crowdfunding campaign to conserve the spacesuit Neil Armstrong wore on the moon and now hopes to raise $700,000.
A former employee of a Washington daycare has been charged with abusing two infants who were under her care.
Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx said Friday the government has opened a price-gouging investigation involving five airlines that allegedly raised airfares in the Northeast after a deadly Amtrak crash in Philadelphia in May disrupted rail service.
Police have been busy cracking down on prostitution in Northwest, arresting dozens of men in a sting in recent weeks.
A man charged with killing a passenger aboard a Metro train on Independence Day is scheduled to return to court.