The National Park Service is in the early stages of gathering ideas and comments for a new memorial in Washington that has been proposed to honor the Peace Corps and its founding ideals.
President Barack Obama has canceled a scheduled trip to Rhode Island and New York Thursday to remain at the White House and monitor the government’s Ebola response.
President Barack Obama vowed Wednesday that his administration would respond in a “much more aggressive way” to cases of Ebola in the United States and warned that in an age of frequent travel the disease could spread globally if the world doesn’t respond to the “raging epidemic in West Africa.”
Elections officials in the nation’s capital say they’ve addressed computer glitches that led to major delays in counting votes during the April 1 primary, but critics say the process of identifying and fixing the problem was slow and insufficiently transparent.
Teeth-bleaching isn’t brain surgery, although the Supreme Court seemed to find a link between the two in an antitrust case argued Tuesday.
The top three candidates for mayor of Washington will be getting together for their third of four debates ahead of next month’s election.
Metro says trains five of the system’s six lines will run every 16 minutes throughout the weekend to accommodate track work.
prominent Georgetown rabbi, Barry Freundel, was arrested Tuesday on charges of voyeurism and court documents reveal he placed a hidden camera in the women’s shower at his synogogue.
Living in D.C. is more costly than in New York City, and Baltimore is more expensive than Los Angeles, according to a new study from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Montgomery County Police are urging drivers not to leave their unlocked vehicles unattended at gas stations after 14 thefts of cars or valuables have been reported in the past two months.
D.C. Shipping Container Apartments
The Pride of Baltimore II, a reproduction privateer from the War of 1812 era, will visit the Navy Yard
Redskins Training Camp Begins