Real Estate Agent Finds Two Squatters and 63 Cats Living in D.C. HomeA real estate agent had a nasty shock when checking on a home in Northwest D.C. on Tuesday evening.
Where to Watch Fireworks in the D.C. AreaThe fireworks on the National Mall may be the most famous, but there are plenty of other places to celebrate the Fourth in the DMV.
Foodie's Guide To Washington, DCFood lover's guide to the best places for dining in the nation's capital.
MLB Recalls Nationals' 2016 Calendar After Vendor GaffeThe picture has everything; great mowing lines, teams lined up on the basepaths, and an enormous American flag. Just two problems...
D.C. Joins International Group of 'Unrepresented Nations'D.C. has joined an international group of territories and separatist organizations whose members say they lack representation.
D.C. Residents Get Least Bang For Their Buck, Report FindsSky-high rent, high taxes and an overall high cost of living -- D.C. residents already know living in the nation's capital doesn't come cheap.
Police: Body Recovered From the Anacostia RiverPolice in D.C. say a body has been recovered from the Anacostia River.
D.C. Police Investigate 2 Killings; No Suspects in EitherDistrict of Columbia police are investigating two homicides in different parts of the city.
D.C. to Launch New Circulator Bus Route on National MallDistrict of Columbia officials are launching a new Circulator bus route with stops at tourist sites along the National Mall.
Virginia Counties Near D.C. Fuel Population GainU.S. Census Bureau estimates for Virginia show healthy population increases last year in counties near the nation's capital and in nearly all of the state's largest cities.
Police Seek Person of Interest in NW FirePolice are looking for a person of interest related to the killing of a married couple, their 10-year-old son and a housekeeper in Northwest D.C. last week.
Best Cinco De Mayo Events Near Washington, D.C.May 5 marks more than just Mexico's triumph over the French in the Battle Of Puebla in 1862. Cinco de Mayo has become a celebration of the Latin American culture and heritage throughout the United States. The nation's capital is no exception to hosting events for children, families, and adult specific activities that are filled with the sounds, smells and stories of Latin American history.