A portion of the U.S. Capitol building is closed due to an ‘industrial spill.’
A high school student from Waldorf, Maryland, will have a piece of his artwork on display in the U.S. Capitol for a year.
Few feelings are better than the satisfaction of giving to help someone else. After all, giving is better than receiving. Here are a few upcoming charity events where you can give to your heart’s content.
An investigation into a suspicious vehicle on Capitol Hill has been cleared and roadways reopened, police say.
The scientist credited with agriculture’s so-called “Green Revolution” has a permanent home in the U.S. Capitol.
A team of 26 cyclists arrives in D.C. today after biking 300 miles from Newtown, Conn. since Saturday.
Conservatives teeming with anti-Washington frustration are talking about driving the Republicans’ policy agenda and ousting GOP leaders who don’t hew to their ideology.
Maryland’s National Harbor is adding a new 175-foot Ferris wheel with views of the nation’s capital and Potomac River.
The parents of a missing young man who returned home after he was featured in an Associated Press photograph on a frigid Washington street say they’re still not sure why he left in the first place.
Nicholas Simmons disappeared from his parents’ house in a small upstate New York town on New Year’s Day, leaving behind his wallet, cellphone and everything else.