The four were not charged in the D.C. slayings, which police believe involved more than one person.
Oklahoma and Texas are enduring yet another torrential rainfall event in an already saturated month.
The mathematician, 86, and his wife, 82, were killed in a car accident on the New Jersey Turnpike.
We're treated to another beautiful late-May day today, albeit noticeably warmer than yesterday, before both the heat and humidity trend higher.
It's a great day to be at the ballpark!
Edwin Estep is the fourth of his siblings to compete — part of the spelling smackdown’s lore.
TRACK AND FIELD | Senior wins high jump to help Coyotes claim championship; Bowie boys capture title, too.
In gun-friendly Virginia, there are few restrictions on where a gun seller may do business.
With the Harlem Globetrotters and his own teams, Mr. Haynes was known as basketball’s greatest dribbler.
While building support for her 2016 campaign, they hope to gain an advantage in state Senate races.
A roundup of local news from Maryland, Virginia and the District.
TENNIS | Severna Park’s Alex Cauneac outlasts Poolesville’s Dennis Wang for the Maryland state singles title; Wootton’s Miranda Deng repeats as girls’ singles champion.
BASEBALL | Riverdale Baptist rallies past DeMatha to cap its 30-win season with the Maryland Private School tournament title.
ROWING | The Eagles edge their D.C. rivals to cap a banner season with a Scholastic Rowing Association of America varsity eight title.
BASEBALL | D.J. Coleman honors his mother by leading the Bulldogs past Eastern Tech for a second straight 2A state championship.
House Republicans accuse Democrats of bringing lawsuits to win control of election maps.
Mrs. Hawkins spent more than 30 years guilding Children of Mine, an organization run by volunteers.
A new book puts the history of Washington’s hospitals in the picture.
The budget provides most school staff with a 3.1 percent raise and pays for a change in high school bell times.
A lawyer for Martese Johnson alleges that the student’s constitutional rights were violated.
Today and tomorrow are quite delightful. Heat and humidity really begin climbing on Memorial Day, then likely persist a while.