The D.C. restaurant won’t take reservations. So determined food fiends line up and wait for it open.

The U.S. National Arboretum is honoring the tree’s history 70 years after the Hiroshima bombing.

Will the tiny northern long-eared bat slow the second phase of the Silver Line project?

D.C. Mayor Muriel E. Bowser seeks to hold her deputies responsible for systemic failures in contracting.

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Residents have long opposed the construction of a bus depot at the historic Crummell School.

Police said the Clinton man drowned while swimming at the cove.

Fire officials responded to a “light smoke” on Metro tracks Sunday.

Mr. Pierce was a three-time all-star and won 211 games during an 18-year big-league career.

Rank and file: Forget all those lists of best and worst. This is the only one you need to place D.C. in context.

A couple that bonded over their love of roasting coffee beans plans to open a store.

Tour guides brave the heat — and petticoats — to offer a glimpse of the town during and after the Civil War.

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The collision left Maryland Route 108 closed in both directions until around noon.

Dr. Hirsch helped establish biological explanations for obesity, a condition long attributed to personal weakness.

Authorities said 101 men have been arrested since the operation began last month.

A case shows that suburban schools sometimes lower their standards for malcontented students.

We continue to add to our 90-degree day count this week as that humidity slowly returns to more noticeable levels.

After a Farecard is eaten by a vending machine, a rider uses social media to complain.

Animal attraction: A public art project in Southeast D.C. features a wild alphabet.

Mr. Cheuse wrote more than a dozen books, taught at George Mason and was NPR’s ‘voice of books.’

The D.C. restaurant won’t take reservations. So determined food fiends line up and wait for it open.

Mr. Wiernicki, who later became a Postal Service architect, was a Polish guerrilla fighter before his capture.

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