Officials say nearly 5,000 volunteers are set to spruce up District of Columbia public schools ahead of the first day of class.
The National Zoo in Washington threw a party Saturday in honor of the first birthday of panda cub Bao Bao.
Admission to the Corcoran Gallery of Art is now free following culmination of court-approved deal that ends the Corcoran’s life as an independent institution.
The snowy owl that captured the nation’s capital attention when it perched at The Washington Post building and survived being hit by a bus has died.
Hot, healthy, fast and cheap.
Those are the principles behind MunchQuick, a company that launched June 30 in D.C. and is looking to show District foodies that high quality meals don’t have to be expensive, and that cheap takeout isn’t the only thing that can curb appetites quickly.
It seems like just yesterday that we got the news that the National Zoo’s giant panda Mei Xiang gave birth to a healthy cub after months of pregnancy speculation.
The Transportation Department has committed $1.28 billion toward the construction of Metro’s silver line in the form of a low-interest loan.
The interim fire chief in the nation’s capital says he’s frustrated that he can’t issue stronger disciplinary sanctions against three firefighters who didn’t help a dying man across the street from a fire station.
It has been a scene of violence and turmoil in Ferguson, Missouri these past few weeks, as witness and police accounts of what happened the night an unarmed 18-year-old died at the hands of a police officer continue to differ.
Some customers of The UPS Store may have had their credit and debit card information exposed by a computer virus found on systems at 51 stores in 24 states.
The Pride of Baltimore II, a reproduction privateer from the War of 1812 era, will visit the Navy Yard
Redskins Training Camp Begins