Charges Dropped for All but 2 Arrested in DC Pot GiveawayThe U.S. attorney's office said Friday that it would pursue misdemeanor charges only against two men who had more than 2 ounces of pot on them.
Man Inappropriately Touches Teens at the SmithsonianPolice have arrested a man who they say inappropriately touched seven girls at the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History.
D.C. Launches Annual 'Potholepalooza' Campaign to Fill PotholesMayor Muriel Bowser officially began D.C.'s annual Potholepalooza campaign on Monday.
D.C.-Area Storm Brings More Rain Than SnowD.C. schools remain open on a two-hour delay while just about everything else is closed.
Police: Gay Man Attacked, Hurt by 'Trump America' SupportersD.C. police are investigating this as a hate crime.
D.C. Makes U.S. News' Top 5 Best Places to LiveThe District has cracked the top five in U.S. News & World Report's 2017 ranking of the best places to live in the country.
Attorney Argues D.C. Sniper Life Sentence UnconstitutionalAn attorney for a man convicted of taking part in the 2002 sniper shootings that left 10 dead in the area is asking a judge to toss his life sentence.
D.C. Activates Cold Emergency Plan as Temperatures DropThe District has activated its Cold Emergency Plan through 7 a.m. Friday as the season's first cold front hits the region.
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3-Year-Old Brings Loaded Gun to D.C. School, Father ArrestedA three-year-old boy brought a loaded gun to his elementary school in Southeast D.C. Tuesday morning.
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Bon Appétit Names D.C. 'Restaurant City of the Year'"There's never been a better time to go out to eat in our nation's capital," the magazine declares.