A D.C. building that once housed a President and First Lady while the White House underwent repairs went up for sale for the first time in more than 50 years in July 2013, and has now been sold for $20 million.
Annual summer arts performances at Metro stations are starting.
The extra-marital dating site AshleyMadison.com has released a list of the most adulterious neighborhoods in the District.
Last spring, as flowers bloomed, the north entrance to the Dupont Circle metro station was full of color and life, courtesy of the so-called Phantom Planter.
As snow fell on the D.C. region Tuesday, many people had the day off. Not everyone decided to stay indoors, however.
District of Columbia police are looking for two men wanted in a burglary at an elementary school.
Congressman Trey Radel of Florida said he will not resign despite pleading guilty to cocaine possession charges.
A 12-inch water main break has shut down portions of Connecticut Avenue in Northwest and will impact drivers through at least the morning commute.
A street intersection outside the Bulgarian Embassy in Washington was renamed Tuesday in honor of a lawmaker from that country who is credited with helping spare the lives of tens of thousands of Jews during the Holocaust.
Ask anyone and they will tell you it’s easy to get a parking ticket in D.C. — even if you leave your car for five minutes, parking enforcement officers are sure to get you.