Jack Dumoulin started using Excel in middle school to analyze baseball statistics.
He had a cake with frozen diluted juice in it to celebrate, officials said.
Brody Rose turns images from the Washington Post Express into roller coasters. [ more › ]
Reports are down nearly 9 percent, but advocates say there are too many serious cases.
"Given these feelings and the tragedy in Charlottesville, I felt compelled to remove this memorial from public property," said Howard County executive Allan Kittleman. [ more › ]
Police said item found outside building security perimeter on north side
Investigators believe he may be responsible for other incidents in the region.
Words really can’t do it justice.
The third corpse flower is expected to bloom over the weekend, and it is expected to be the biggest of the bunch. [ more › ]
Also, John Mayer at Jiffy Lube Live, Tamar Braxton at the Howard Theatre, and more. [ more › ]
Breakthrough agreement expected to be signed next week after talks between Gov. Larry Hogan and Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao.
A 36-year-old woman told police that the boy followed her on his bike before dragging her into the middle of the street. [ more › ]
After a touch-and-go few months, the light rail project will be able to move forward on construction as a lawsuit continues to make its way through the courts. [ more › ]
I really wanted a D.C. solar eclipse photo. I got it.
The decision capped a long and emotional public meeting, at which residents faulted public officials for the deadly violence at a white nationalist protest against the removal of Robert E. Lee's statue.
"Don't mind our tiki torches, the only things we hate are mosquitos!" [ more › ]
Washingtonians get way too excited about everything. Cherry blossoms, “Game of Thrones,” fidget spinners. We even overuse the phrase “there is no there there.” Don’t get me started on snow storms, either. The District has no poker face when it comes to these things. Do you think people in Brooklyn or Boston act as goofy […]
Washingtonians get overly excited and emotional about every darn thing.
The consensus is that the eclipse was 'very cool' and these images prove the point.
"My actions were despicable," said Rev. William Aitcheson, of the Catholic Diocese of Arlington. [ more › ]