There were hugs, tears and good wishes at the send-off for the beloved 205-pound bear as she started her journey to her new home.
The first in a weekly photo-documentary of the cherry blossom bloom cycle.
The weather this February keeps getting weirder.
Sabrina De Sousa expects to be extradited in a week from Portugal to Italy, where she faces four years in prison for the 2003 rendition of an Egyptian cleric
Two D.C. police officers helped pulled a man from his crashed, burning vehicle on Bladensburg Road in Northeast Washington on the night of Feb. 19.
Video from official Chinese news agency shows the panda’s crate landing at the airport.
At a town hall meeting in a Washington suburb, lawmakers found a warm but worried reception.
Police said they found the suspect in Baltimore.
Lawmakers are considering whether to repeal a requirement that systems cover at least 35 percent of their operating costs through fares.
BUYING NEW | The development in Upper Marlboro will blend with retail, restaurants, offices and outdoor amenities.
The Brooklyn Park business is on a mission to hide racist and gang designs.
TOWN SQUARE | The 318-unit Highline at 320 Florida Ave. NE, inspired by the Big Apple's Meatpacking District, will warehouse-style windows with industrial-framed glass cubes set at varying depths for an uneven facade.
In this wacky warm February, yesterday's 50s is what qualifies as a cold snap.
Trump believes the issue is best left to states, a spokesman says. According to a draft letter, withdrawal of guidance would allow administration “to further consider the legal issues involved.”
Rep. Dave Brat held a packed town hall and was jeered for more than an hour.
“Anemic” growth rates plus higher demands require taxpayer investment, he says.
“We were just thinking about getting the man out,” one officer said.
They allege that the group “cheered and celebrated the violence and destruction.”
The former slave turned activist used Washington’s decision to free his slaves upon his death to call for racial justice.
No information about the cause of the fire was immediately available.
The Architect of the Capitol violated the First Amendment rights of the art contest winner after complaints, the suit says.