Secretary of the Interior takes issue with team's name, rebuffs mayor's attempt to extend lease for RFK land.
'Move' featuring Derek and Julianne Hough, Yo Mama’s Big Fat Booty Band, Upright Citizens Brigade Touring Company and more events this week.
TOWN SQUARE | Cathedral Commons includes apartments and townhouses for rent as well as retail and restaurants.
We're keeping away the big time heat, but the forecast features regular shower and storm chances.
Fourth of July parades, fireworks, concerts, Smithsonian Folklife Festival, “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof.”
Valerie Ervin becomes sixth contender in race to succeed Rep. Chris Van Hollen
A pleasant evening for most. Those who saw slow-moving showers, more of what we've been used to seeing lately. Raindrops may be around at times tomorrow.
A new law in Virginia now requires Uber drivers to obtain official stickers that identify them as either in state or out-of-state drivers. Uber drivers are also required to undergo criminal and sex offender background checks, among other requirements.
More than 2 million gallons of water filled Georgia Avenue in the Wheaton, Md., area on Wednesday after an old water-main broke. Residents of a home in the 12000 block where forced to evacuate when their basement flooded with about three feet of water.
Planning is underway days before Independence Day events on the Mall.
After 2.5 million gallons spilled, officials said part the road wouldn’t reopen until sometime Thursday.
As Hogan continues to undergo cancer treatment, Boyd Rutherford tries to adjust to a new role.
But activists pushed for a $15 rate in 2020, alarming businesses and putting the mayor in an awkward spot.
A roundup of news from across the Washington region.
The 14-year-old was arrested Wednesday.
A hockey player who was in the area for the World Police and Fire Games spent the night in Fairfax County jail.
He stole a purse from a couple while they visited a grave.
A student sued a Virginia school board, alleging that its school restroom policy is discriminatory.
In July 1975, a pair of audacious teens threw the country’s first rock- and-roll convention. This is their story.
A huge amount of water is on the road after a 16-inch water main broke.