Red Line service between NoMa-Gallaudet and Fort Totten stations will be suspended, disrupting an estimated 200,000 daily rush-hour trips for 25 days.
The things she’s singing about are complex, so she’s put a lot of thought into them.
The crash involved a motorcycle.
Here are four of shows that you won’t want to miss.
Blake Lane in Oakton is closed in both directions because a power pole is in the roadway.
A city council member says the city chose to settle with Maria Caya for 'an easy $75,000' rather than risk losing a court battle.
Grab tickets to this and four other shows before they sell out!
TOWN SQUARE | The 7,444-square-foot residence has Craftsman-style trim on the exterior, a screened-in porch and a deck with a wood-burning fireplace.
“The Art of the Qur’an” features more than 60 examples of the Muslim holy book from all over the Islamic world and from the eighth to the 17th centuries.
Today is a bit unsettled, but the weekend pays us back handsomely.
Female cadets at The Citadel speak about their thoughts on what it means to be a leader.
High school seniors showed no change in performance.
In 1971, Itsi Atkins turned an abandoned convent into a haunted house. Was he the first?
A roundup of news from the District, Maryland and Virginia.
Court document shows U-Va. encouraged student to say she had never reported an alleged gang rape to the school; she declined, saying that was untrue.
The youth pleaded guilty in D.C. juvenile court to involuntary manslaughter.
Ousted officials say their investigation of major prison corruption led to a misconduct complaint, but the state denies that.
New report looks at the collective impact of continuing transit delays.
We need to diversify Fairfax County revenues
A civic group unveils a bid to improve Greater Washington’s “brand” by touting its workforce and cultural richness.
The Gold Star father of a slain Army captain visits the home of the world’s largest naval base.