It’s been just over two years since the derecho left 1.5 million people in our area without power, and Pepco is outlining when D.C. residents can expect new underground power lines to be installed in the city.
President Barack Obama says he supports statehood for the nation’s capital.
The White House says the number of unaccompanied minors crossing the border is dropping significantly.
A District of Columbia judge has declared that a 50-year-old man is innocent of a 1982 rape and slaying that put him in prison for 25 years.
Metro is simulating service on its new Silver Line, with just five days left before it opens to rail commuters.
A widespread Verizon outage in the Baltimore-Washington region has been mostly restored, although some customers are still reporting service issues.
Thousands marched down Constitution Avenue to the White House Sunday, protesting Israel and calling for a free Palestine.
It’s the third Sunday in July, which gives lovers of a certain creamy, delicious dessert an excuse to break their diets.
A Pennsylvania congressman’s press secretary has pleaded not guilty to a weapons charge after Capitol police say he carried a gun into a federal office building in Washington.
The first Silver Line train departs the Wiehle-Reston East station on Saturday, but major changes across Metrorail are beginning this week in preparation for the opening.