The Boring Company gets conditional approval to begin work on super-high-speed transportation system
Earlier, a woman was killed in Anacostia in the weekend’s second fatal shooting.
Our string of sunny, mild weather is ending.
Man is wounded in Franconia/Rose Hill area.
Incident is in park on bank of Holmes Run.
Men are struck while astride their bicycles.
Their second run at parenting arrives as their earning potential winds down and retirement kicks in with a fixed income never meant to cover the cost of college.
A roundup of news from around the region.
So far, 20 people are seeking the Democratic nomination for four at-large council seats in Maryland’s largest jurisdiction.
Support from Booker, Sanders and others means buzz for Md. gubernatorial hopeful Ben Jealous, but may not mean votes next June.
Debate evolved into a clash over which figures deserve to be honored in public spaces.
The area of high pressure responsible for this delightful weather will quickly move away tomorrow, yielding an increase in clouds before rain becomes omnipresent late tomorrow night.
The word gap between rich and poor children is being grossly misinterpreted, a study finds.
In just a few short days, the students have become the latest reminder that Internet posts can have enduring, devastating effects in the real world.
Montgomery County fire officials said it could be days before hundreds can return to their homes in the 550-unit complex.
“The rest of the world is going to catch on to what we’re doing here,” Scoutmaster Will Stone said.
D.C. Mayor Muriel E. Bowser said it is an example of expanded prosperity in the city.
The football team at Short Pump Middle School in Henrico County, Va., forfeited their season after a few players posted a racially insensitive video to Snapchat.
D.C. fire officials said the blaze at a NE D.C. apartment building was probably caused by an improperly discarded cigarette.
The cause of the crash in Prince George’s County remains under investigation, Maryland State Police said.
The fatal fall of an 8-year-old girl aboard a Carnival cruise ship cast a light on the safety record of vacation vessels