Holtby, Capitals Star in D.C.'s Pride Parade (Photos)Flanked by wife Brandi, Red Rockers and team mascot Slapshot, Caps goalie Braden Holtby was the perfect diplomat from the D.C. sports world.
Nats Rout Phillies with Three Bench Players StartingDay game after a night game meant Ryan Zimmerman, Danny Espinosa and Jayson Werth sat out, but the offense continued clicking for Nats.
CBS DC Launches Social Media ExchangeThe Social Media Exchange provides a platform for marketers to tap into the social media accounts of CBS DC on-air talent individually or as a group.
Reds Run Gorilla Glue Ad, Everyone Notices (Photos)Less than a week after the shooting of a Silverback Gorilla at the Cincinnati Zoo, the Reds run awkward in-stadium ads for their sponsors.
DC United Scores Flying Goal, Makes Double Save (Video)United had a couple key performances in its 2-0 win over the New York Red Bulls on Friday night.
Derailment Affects Commuter Train Service Into WashingtonThe derailment of a CSX train in Washington, D.C., is forcing some commuters to find a different way to work.
7 Gardens You Should Visit this Spring in WilmingtonDelaware’s Wilmington and Brandywine Valley is one of the best places—if not the best place—to see gorgeous, historic mansions with gardens of overflowing rainbow-colored tulips and azaleas.
Ben Revere's Absence Hurting Nats EarlyThere has been a notable drop from Ben Revere to Michael Taylor, and it's hurt the whole lineup.
Washington Capitals Pep Rally @ DC Lottery Live
One Year After Freddie Gray, Police Work to Heal City's WoundsGray, a 25-year-old black man from West Baltimore, died after his neck was broken April 12 in the back of a police van.
Capitals Crushed in Possible Clinching GameThe Pittsburgh Penguins denied the Washington Capitals a chance to lock up the Metropolitan Division with a dominant 6-2 win on Sunday night