Regulators in the District of Columbia rejected the proposed merger of power companies Exelon and Pepco on Tuesday, saying the deal would not benefit ratepayers.
Caretakers for the National Zoo’s newborn pandas have been working around the clock and say there have been difficulties in caring for the cubs in the past 24 hours.
Metro has temporarily discontinued service on part of a bus line in southeast Washington after a rider was shot by someone outside.
Pope Francis won’t arrive in D.C. for another month, but a 90-person choir that will perform for the leader of the Catholic Church is already hard at work.
D.C. police say a Texas man who was injured in a fight had died of his injuries.
The National Zoo says two panda cubs born Saturday are doing well, but their caretakers had a challenging night.
A series of exhibits and programs is being planned for this year’s FotoWeek DC festival, along with photographic projections on the outside of the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum.
There are delays on the Virginia Railway Express Monday morning after police activity was reported on the Fredericksburg Line.
Public school students are heading back to class in the District of Columbia, and the city’s high schools are offering more Advanced Placement classes than ever.
Apple is recalling a small amount of its iPhone 6-Plus smartphones after an problem was discovered with the cameras.