Washington police have identified a man found dead after an explosion and fire in a condominium building near Capitol Hill.
Veterans Affairs Secretary Eric Shinseki would be granted more authority to fire or demote senior executives under a bill headed to the House floor. The measure comes as pressure builds on Capitol Hill to overhaul the beleaguered agency in response to allegations of treatment delays and preventable deaths.
The extra-marital dating site AshleyMadison.com has released a list of the most adulterious neighborhoods in the District.
Two-time president Grover Cleveland actually got married inside the White House, and we’re pretty sure even his invitations were not as representative of the nation’s capital as this local couple’s.
The attorney for the family of a woman killed by police on Capitol Hill says her autopsy shows she was shot multiple times from behind, including a shot to the back of the head.
Members of a group seeking to unionize college athletes are looking for allies on Capitol Hill as they brace for an appeal of a ruling that said full scholarship athletes at Northwestern University are employees who have the right to form a union.
A car traveling at a high rate of speed lost control and violently smashed into a tree in southeast Washington early Friday.
Republican lawmaker from Kentucky wants to clarify state law which prevents someone from running for multiple political offices.
As President Barack Obama once said, “When a woman succeeds, America succeeds.” Truer words were never spoken. Here are a few events to help celebrate Women’s History Month.
The U.S. Botanic Garden on Capitol Hill is featuring a new exhibition of paintings and drawings of the native plants of the mid-Atlantic region.