China’s Mobike and U.S.-based Spin are entering the D.C. market this week with hundreds of bikes.
Council Member Mary Cheh (D-Ward 3) says she's a fan of traffic cameras -- but just wants to make sure they're fair. AAA is not so sure they are.
Catastrophic damage is expected from destructive winds, a dangerous rise in ocean waters, and severe flooding.
The debate between Democrat Ralph Northam and Republican Ed Gillespie was a mostly cordial affair.
Lt. Gov. Ralph Northam, the Democratic candidate for Virginia governor, and Ed Gillespie, the Republican nominee, debated economic policy and the role of Confederate statues in Virginia on Sept. 19.
Most patients in the poorest ward don’t have a doctor they see close to home, a city report finds.
The school made its decision after consulting with the Maryland attorney general’s office.
Lamar Johnson won his freedom Tuesday after his murder conviction was vacated.
Michelle Cottrell-Williams, who teaches at Wakefield High School in Arlington County, "learned how important empathy is."
Poverty and economic inequities keep many city residents from having access to quality foods.
A Jewish trading-card game features bagels, cornucopias and a superhero high priest.
In each case, a man entered through an unlocked window or door and fled after the woman screamed.
Stash houses are a vital part of immigrant and drug smuggling networks on the U.S.-Mexico border.
He wrote “HYPT MAEK” on a pillar at the monument.
Chefs from across Europe create original flavors in hopes of winning top honors.
The former policy director for Michelle Obama is the only woman so far to enter the race. But questions linger about her eligibility for the office.
Rubin Urbina, the 15-year-old killed in Prince William County on Friday, was armed with a crowbar, authorities said.
Tranquil weather is settling in for a while.
Tree-clearing along the heavily wooded Georgetown Branch Trail between downtown Bethesda and Silver Spring will begin Monday, contractor says.
The suspect believed his stepbrother had cooperated with police, authorities said.
Quinnipiac University survey finds Ralph Northam with a 51-41 percent lead over Ed Gillespie