NAACP chapter condemns the fiery Republican’s aggressive stance on Confederate monuments, while residents of Carver Road praise him for fighting to protect their historic community.
Antonio Williams appeared at tense and chaotic hearing in deaths of his sister and cousins
Brambleton Middle will open Thursday with more than 1,000 students.
The motorcycle was traveling at high speed before it crashed into a guardrail, police said.
The London Souls and Con Brio team up at the Hamilton and DC Beer Week takes over the city's bars
Deonte Carraway, 23, pleaded guilty to exploiting 12 children between ages 9 and 13.
Melany Knott is spending hundreds of thouands of dollars on experimental treatments for her 12-year-old daughter Kaisy, hoping for a miracle. Will it work?
Views prospects are great in the West, with scattered clouds possible in the eastern United States.
Police said Marvin Iraheta-Grande, 24, was charged with assault after stabbing a woman multiple times Sunday night.
The crash was reported in an area south of route 197.
Local transportation authorities are warning drivers that parking is not allowed on the interstates and most state highways, except for emergencies.
D.C. College Access Program seeks to boost higher education goals in nation’s capital
Readers traveled all over the world, but one of the most popular destinations was Japan.
With certified glasses, you can safely watch the moon progressively cover portions of the sun.
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We expect windows of opportunity to see the partial eclipse over Washington.
It’s opening day for D.C. Public Schools and for many of the city’s charter schools.
Six are reported stabbed in DC on Saturday, Sunday.
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With less than 24 hours until the solar eclipse, Mother Nature refuses to show her hand.