Authorities said there were no injuries, and officials found no evidence of a gunman after a tense morning in which police swarmed the area.
He finished his initial chemotherapy treatment Wednesday.
Arlington Transit is adding eight new buses to accommodate more frequent weekday service and additional weekend trips in some of the county's busiest transit corridors.
Rather than display the ads from the group depicting a cartoon of the Prophet Muhammad, Metro officials voted to ban all new issue oriented advertising for the remainder of 2015.
What new streaming station Beats 1 borrows from the style that helped Top 40 dominate the airwaves decades ago
There's a huge eight-story "Jawesome" mural on the side of the office building.
The phrases “active shooter” and “lockdown” have become all too familiar.
Germanie Alexander and BreAnna Holmes were on their way to work on Thursday, July 2 when they were stopped by police and told to evacuate the scene because of a report of possible gun shots fired inside the Washington Navy Yard.
“The Val Doonican Show” ran on BBC television from 1965 to 1986.
The Pamunkey, who claim Pocahontas as an ancestor, are the state’s first tribe to be recognized.
Guam could get hit by the equivalent of a category 2 hurricane, before the storm dramatically intensifies.
Dozens of wildfires are burning in Canada, covering an area of approximately 400,000 square miles. The smoke plume has now reached the East Coast.
Metro's proposal to widen the gaps between trains may help on-time performance, but also could increase crowding, even on the Blue Line.
D.C. Mayor Muriel E. Bowser spoke at a news conference from Navy Yard Thursday. She praised security officials' "clear, convincing response" to the report of a shooting.
Some buses have been re-routed as traffic delays continue.
July is the hottest month on average for the D.C. area.
BUYING NEW | The 7.6-acre community of townhouses and single-family houses takes its name from a majestic oak.
Look back at 50 years of mega-concerts at D.C.'s RFK Stadium.
The 35-year-old R&B singer has been a go-to session musician since the ’90s, scoring vocal credits on records like Jay Z’s “American Gangster” and Common’s “Like Water for Chocolate,” but lately his name has been popping up more than usual.
Plus: Fort Reno finally announces its summer 2015 schedule.
'Move' featuring Derek and Julianne Hough, Yo Mama’s Big Fat Booty Band, Upright Citizens Brigade Touring Company and more events this week.