The District of Columbia is pushing back against a claim that firefighters had difficulty using radios during a fatal accident on the Metro subway system because of changes fire officials allegedly made to the radio system without notifying transit officials.
Justice Department evaluators gave mostly high ratings to the management skills of Loretta Lynch, President Barack Obama’s nominee for attorney general, in a report made public five days before she faces a Senate confirmation hearing.
A former American University department head accused of setting several small fires and breaking into a building near campus has taken a plea deal.
Mastercard says it will lift the ban on U.S. credit card transactions in Cuba beginning in March, based on new guidance from the U.S. Department of Treasury.
Two more winter storms are expected to hit the greater Baltimore and D.C. areas Monday into Tuesday, the National Weather Service says.
In-flight catalog SkyMall has reportedly filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, along with its parent company Xhibit Corp.
A security guard at a Safeway in D.C. was stabbed Friday morning, and police say the suspect is on the loose.
The real estate company Redfin has released its annual predictions for which neighborhoods will be hot in the upcoming year.
The Transportation Security Administration has released its annual report on the weapons found on carry-on bags at airports during the previous year.
The Washington National Opera plans to feature “Cinderella” in its annual simulcast of a production shown in Nationals Park.