The DC Streetcar service is suspended Wednesday after a MegaBus hit one of the platforms of the streetcar line along H Street in Northeast Washington. No one reported being injured in the incident that happened at Third Street. Officials with the DC Streetcar service said their units were not involved. Service Alert: Service suspended due to […]
ATU Local 689 officials said the action is in response to concerns over changes to Metro's sick leave policy.
The mysterious death of Simon, a Continental Giant rabbit, comes less than three weeks after a passenger was dragged off one of United's flights.
The accident investigation forced authorities to divert traffic throughout that area during the morning rush hour.
Officials said 17th and E streets NW have reopened.
General Manager Paul J. Wiedefeld is asking for more money from local jurisdictions, but riders will make sacrifices, too.
All lanes have reopened on the northbound side of Interstate 395 at Jefferson Davis Highway.
A bill expected to be introduced in the Senate today would bar airlines from involuntarily removing passengers after they've boarded their flight unless there is a security or health risk.
A person inside the cab was trapped in the SUV taxi cab, as the vehicle was partially underneath the tractor trailer.
Nine plaintiffs argue they were barred from employment by Metro because of racial discrimination, but in court filings, the transit agency points to its majority-black workforce as evidence to the contrary.