New Virginia Railway Express Schedule in EffectNew schedules are in effect on the Virginia Railway Express, and that includes a new round-trip train on the Fredericksburg line.
Attorney: White House Fence Jump Was Act of ProtestA college student who jumped over the White House fence while draped in an American flag was committing civil disobedience and had no plans to harm himself or others, his attorney said Sunday.
Police: Man Tries to Sexually Assault Woman Inside VehicleDistrict of Columbia police are looking for a suspect in an attempted sexual assault.
In D.C., Public Housing Tenants Forced Out, Then Homes FlippedTaking advantage of the rapidly gentrifying District, the city's public housing authority is flipping houses for profit.
The Nutcracker Finishing its Run at Kennedy CenterSunday is the last day to see The Nutcracker at the Kennedy Center in D.C.
D.C. Celebrates Small Business SaturdayIt can't compete with Black Friday, but Small Business Saturday can bring business and exposure to smaller companies.
Obama Shops at D.C. Bookstore, Popular Popsicle ShopPresident Obama shopped at a local bookstore and got popsicles with his family on Small Business Saturday.
ZooLights Returns to National ZooZooLights opened Friday and will run through Jan. 2, and it offers something for everybody.
Some Skip Black Friday Deals to #OptOutsideReversing the trend of offering door-buster deals on the Friday after Thanksgiving, REI closed all of its brick and mortar locations and encouraged customers to #OptOutside.
Man Charged After Thanksgiving Lockdown at White HouseThe Secret Service says a man who jumped the White House fence draped in an American flag on Thanksgiving has been charged.
Black Friday Becoming a Thursday TraditionBlack Friday is trending more toward a Thursday celebration, and plenty of shoppers are staying home altogether.
Obama Talks Turkey, Calls Service MembersAfter calling 10 service members, President Obama and his family enjoyed quite the Thanksgiving feast.