Police suspect the alleged attacker robbed two other passengers in same car, left ID card behind as he fled.
Events include family movies, a carriage-driving competition, concerts and a Frisbee contest.
In an on-air discussion about race relations and policing, the two local leaders offered contrasting views.
They have been transported to a nearby hospital, fire officials say.
The state senator is in a crowded Democratic primary race for the seat being vacated by Rep. Chris Van Hollen.
Farmers & Distillers, from the group behind Founding Farmers, will open next year in Mount Vernon Triangle.
That's one of the key issues raised by Metro's proposal to change the rail schedule on five lines.
The Ali family will open its fourth full-time location on Wednesday in the historic Northeast neighborhood.
Crash involving a motorcycle caused earlier delays Tuesday morning in SW Washington. Roadway has reopened.
A new ANC commissioner acts fast to slow traffic in his district.
In addition to the traditional ramen bowls, Bantam King will also serve Japanese fried chicken.
Showers bubbling up Monday evening were small and highly localized, opening up creases for the sun's rays to intercept them.
His work was seen as one of the most comprehensive histories of a conflict that divided Americans for decades.
Though organizers canceled the long-running festival, a group of business owners hopes to proceed with the festival on a smaller scale.
TOWN SQUARE | The units, priced from $749,900 to $1.124 million, are expected to be ready for residents in the spring of 2016.
Lots of tenants in the D.C. area complain about the high rents. Artists have an even harder time — which is where affordable spaces like the Brookland lofts come in.
Blue, Silver, Orange and Red lines of Metro have had delays Tuesday morning.
Min Zhong, 19, is one of 10 D.C.-area high school graduates to receive a Jack Kent Cooke Foundation college scholarship, which will allow her attend a high-priced private school for free.
George Washington Parkway southbound reopen after earlier closure. Delays continue, authorities warn.
Congress is slated to begin debate on revisions to No Child Left Behind, hoping to finally rewrite the law.
Today we will probably see 90 degrees again, but at least we don't have storms in the forecast.