Senate Moves Ahead on Defense Bill Facing Veto ThreatThe Senate moved forward Tuesday on a sweeping, $612 billion defense policy bill despite a presidential veto threat stemming from larger budget disputes that have hamstrung Washington.
D.C. Council Votes for Private Ambulances to Help Emergency ResponsePrivate ambulances are coming to the District, and could be on the streets as soon as next month.
Woman Says Airline Suggested Pumping Breast Milk in Pet AreaA woman who flew from Boston to Washington says staff with United Airlines at Dulles Airport suggested she pump her breast milk in the pet-relief area.
D.C. Mayor Announces Settlement in Exelon, Pepco MergerPower companies Exelon and Pepco have negotiated a settlement with District of Columbia officials on a proposed merger.
Metro Warns of Blue and Yellow Line DelaysMetro is warning customers planning to travel on the yellow and blue rail lines that their evening commute will be longer than expected.
Photo: Bei Bei's Eyes Opening, Teeth FormingA new picture of Bei Bei shows the panda cub is starting to open his eyes.
D.C. Council Introducing Bill to Provide 16 Weeks of Paid Family LeaveSome D.C. Council members want the city to catch up with other first world countries when it comes to guaranteeing paid family leave.
Metro Report Points to Pattern of Rising Rates, Falling RidershipSome are saying Metro has entered the "death spiral" predicted by former general manager Richard White more than a decade ago.
Metro Says It Will Close 3 Stations This WeekendMetro says three of its rail stations will be closed this weekend for work.
Officials: Drivers Should Be On Alert During Deer Mating SeasonIt's getting colder out, and Maryland's State Highway Administration warns that the changing weather also means it's white-tailed deer mating season.
Man Charged With Fatally Shooting 2 in Capitol HeightsPrince George's County Police have charged a man with killing two D.C. men during an argument.
Federal Watchdog Reopening Latest Probe of Secret ServiceThe Homeland Security Department's internal watchdog is reopening the investigation into efforts by the Secret Service to discredit a congressman.