Despite years of effort, affluent areas are drawing more and more upscale grocers, while residents of poorer, mostly black neighborhoods lose stores.
During the trip, we caught six snakeheads.
A red oak tree that's estimated to be about 325 years old developed a split it couldn't survive, forcing the tree's removal after it threatened a home in the Shepherd Park neighborhood of Northwest D.C.
The Northern Virginia Democrat moved quickly to create his own meme after The Washington Post reported that President Trump’s magazine cover was fake.
It was likely the coolest air the region will witness until August or September.
The council cut the size of a proposed business improvement district and called for a vote of businesses and property owners.
“Terrence deserves justice” family says as they await decision by prosecutors on whether charges will be filed.
Superintendents are raising alarms about the impact of shrinking Medicaid.
TOWN SQUARE | The 12,300-square-foot house rests on more than one acre and has a private deep water pier with three boat slips and two lifts.
We've got one more superb day to savor, before the usual heat and humidity begins to return.
Enjoy the low humidity, the mugginess will return soon.
Victims hit around 11:20 p.m. near New York Avenue.
Trees damaged by exotic beetle to go.
The administration already has beefed up vetting. Will it move to make the ban permanent?
His experience reflects the challenge for Republicans running in state contests in the Trump era.
The State Board of Education gave its approval for bringing in an independent investigator.
The Utah Republican made the comments weeks after saying poor people should give up iPhones to pay for health insurance.
There were half as many juvenile crabs in the bay last winter compared to a year earlier, according to an annual population survey.
A speeding driver in a stolen car turned off lights to evade an officer before crashing, police said.
A roundup of news from the Washington region.
Officials credit drugs and prevention programs, including condom giveaways and needle exchange, for 73 percent drop in new cases since 2007.