As tourism season reaches its peak in Washington, AAA has compiled data showing tour buses generate billions of dollars for the nation’s capital.
D.C. residents who’ve yet to enroll in a health insurance plan are facing a final deadline.
More than 3,000 volunteers are expected to beautify area schools, plant gardens and clean up public spaces in the Washington area as part of a national volunteer effort led by Comcast.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Prosecutors say a 34-year-old Maryland woman has pleaded guilty to stealing more than $144,000 from an education nonprofit organization in Washington D.C., where she worked in accounting. Tabitha Harley-Williams of Upper Marlboro, […]
Attorney General Doug Gansler wants a task force to study options for high-speed rail service between Baltimore and Washington.
The FBI is looking for a man who has robbed three banks since January in the District and Montgomery County.
The D.C. Council will consider a measure that would allow city residents to an elect an attorney general in November.
An investigation into a suspicious vehicle on Capitol Hill has been cleared and roadways reopened, police say.
District of Columbia Mayor Vincent Gray has signed a bill that exempts certain longtime city residents from paying property taxes.
Passengers on an Amtrak train from Boston to Washington, D.C., say they were stuck in Connecticut for about five hours because of a mechanical problem.