There is concern about its poor human rights record, but leaders there have some supporters here.
Victim’s mother, others didn’t know he had homeless until after he was killed outside church mission.
A multi-agency homeland security effort kept the Mall clear of threats — including a lightning storm.
Slavery’s role in the march to war remains a politically charged issue in Southern history classrooms.
Haymarket man writes book about the secret rescue mission that his father undertook during World War II.
Authorities are investigating two separate shootings that killed a 23-year-old and a 24-year-old.
Maryland girl was watching neighborhood fireworks when one landed in her lap after failed launch.
A neighbor discovered the infant. Police said a woman, who called authorities a day later, is the mother.
Mr. Wexler, who helped create the mid-century modern look, spent much of his career in Palm Springs, Calif.
Despite fog and haze, photographers still captured stunning views of D.C.'s fireworks.
Head to one of these spots to watch the United States take on Japan.
Much of the area should delight in a drier respite today, before hower and storm chances increase again tonight and stick around tomorrow.
Comfortable temperatures with showers trying to hold off until after the game.
One woman and three men were hanged in D.C. 150 years ago in the assassination of Abraham Lincoln.
Student mobility leads to lower achievement and graduation rates, a problem D.C. schools hope to solve.
Mr. Ford, 65, who spent more than 29 years in prison, was released after evidence pointed to his innocence.
Red Line trains were bypassing the NoMa-Gallaudet station until it reopened Saturday evening.
The party has a new director and chairman after stunning defeats in the 2014 election.
It's summer 2015, so there's some rain in the forecast today. We're not talking stuff that ruins all celebration though.
Metro has bet on a new enforcement program to target fare evaders and prevent attacks on its workers.
The skull of Lincoln conspirator Lewis Powell, who was hanged in 1865, was dug up at least three times.