The District of Columbia’s streetcar line is moving closer to the start of operations.
A judge granted a two-month trial delay on Wednesday for Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, but denied a defense request to move his trial from Boston.
DC Streetcar announced Wednesday it will start preliminary service next week, bringing the new service one step closer to having passengers on-board.
A report that found drivers in the nation’s capital are handed an excessive amount of parking tickets was criticized by the D.C. Council Wednesday, but the Department of Public Works admits officers are expected to give out a certain number of tickets.
The head of Metro announced Wednesday he is stepping down after four years at that post.
D.C. police announced Wednesday it will start a $1 million dollar pilot program to wear body cameras on October 1.
President Obama landed in New York for the UN General Assembly debate Wednesday, and his salute to a Marine as he stepped off the helicopter has drawn some criticism online.
Rosh Hashanah, the two-day celebration of the Jewish New Year, begins Wednesday evening. Into a holiday feast, but not so into making it? We have a guide to local restaurants offering special foods for the high holiday.
A flood watch has been issued for the District of Columbia, northern Virginia, Baltimore and other parts of Maryland.
Metro says the orange, blue, red and green lines will be affected by weekend work.
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