Throughout the D.C. Metro area dance groups, part of a black cultural tradition, have quadrupled since 2010.
Plenty of sun and fairly low humidity make for a fine finish to the weekend, before storm chances rise late tomorrow.
Getting to concerts and games creates different challenges from those commuters face.
Center develops people of all ages in ping-pong
Back then, kids swam and fished in the District’s water supply.
The state’s acknowledgment of payroll system failures has triggered a rush by employees to find out what they’re owed.
It's going to be warm but overall comfortable for the game, and there's virtually no chance of rain.
Obituaries of residents District, Maryland and Northern Virginia
A lawsuit filed in the District alleges deception of patrons about the treatment of animals.
Early traffic trends offer hope for avoiding carmageddon repeats.
Are two Donald Trump’s better than one? Meet Dr. Donald L. Trump who works as an Oncologist at the Schar Cancer Institute at Innova Fairfax Hospital in Virginia.
D.C. Police arrested a 17-year-old boy on June 24 who they say was planning to shoot up Eleanor Roosevelt High School, his ex-girlfriend’s high school in Greenbelt, Md.
The vetting process failed to catch a Marine who’d had sex with a female midshipman before he started teaching in Annapolis.
A rabbi. A pastor. A pro football player. There’s also former police and military officials and big political donors.
Clergy members who believe in the medicinal qualities of marijuana are among those vying for licenses to grow it.
Former Ravens tackle Eugene Monroe owns at least 5 percent of a prospective Maryland marijuana cultivator.
The weekend brings more sunshine and lower humidity compared to previous days.
The city will appeal the ruling in a case that has been in legal limbo for more than a decade.
Some lawmakers are making plans to permanently ban it during the next legislative session, even as regulators move in the opposite direction.
A roundup of news from the Washington area.