Metro’s board of directors wants to hear from the public about the qualities the transit agency needs in a new general manager.
Washington’s famous cherry blossoms are set to hit peak bloom this weekend as the National Cherry Blossom Festival draws big crowds for its annual parade and Japanese street festival.
Former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell says in court papers that the favors he did for a wealthy businessman were routine courtesies and not part of a bribery scheme.
An aging energy infrastructure and workforce could mean that widespread power outages like Tuesday’s, which affected the White House, the Capitol and thousands of other customers throughout Maryland and D.C., could become more and more prevalent.
It’s a question that’s been debated since professional baseball returned to the nation’s capital in 2005: Where’s the geographical divide between Washington Nationals and Baltimore Orioles fans?
Opponents of a proposed natural gas pipeline through Virginia are pressing Gov. Terry McAuliffe to join forces with them.
A judge has found a Virginia man competent to stand trial in the shooting deaths of three Alexandria residents over a 10-year span.
The U.S. Postal Service is issuing a new limited edition “Forever” stamp honoring the late poet, author and civil rights champion Maya Angelou.
Virginia Attorney General Mark R. Herring has filed a friend-of-the-court brief in support of the government’s bid to end a judge’s roadblock of the Obama administration’s immigration plan.
Federal investigators are looking at a similar incident that happened in February as they try to pin down the cause of an electrical malfunction on Washington’s subway system that led to one death.