Quietly, a heat wave of historic significance has blossomed in Washington.
The Redskins' top pass rusher is using last season's playoff exit as motivation while entering training camp with a clean bill of health.
Retiring lawmaker Barbara Mikulski seems to be everywhere at the Democratic convention, rallying Democrats and basking in her legacy.
They are setting up a tripod hoist to get the injured man out. [ more › ]
Just after 12 a.m., debris from a Chinese rocket streaked overhead and broke up into thousands of tiny, flaming pieces.
Die-hard Maryland Democrats traveled to Philadelphia and back on Wednesday, hailing President Obama’s legacy and getting excited about Hillary Clinton.
Poetry, plants, and a Japanese trilogy. [ more › ]
"We are home to our most powerful institutions, yet we have been denied our power as American citizens." [ more › ]
What Kaine did for Virginia businesses, dorm living forever, and more news. [ more › ]
Metro has delays scheduled for all six lines. [ more › ]
Purple Line design critics ask: Could an improvement for commuters be a blow to local businesses?
Plus Aoife O'Donovan and Willie Watson are teaming up at the Birchmere.
Tourists beware, the National Zoo sits on one of D.C.'s steepest hillsides. And the animals can get frisky.
Drivers should expect delays on Interstate 66 eastbound after a crash.
Delays for Metro's Red Line riders. Trains are sharing a track between NoMa-Gallaudet and Judiciary Square stops.
It's Tame Impala-like psych rock inspired by music from the ’60s and ’70s — plus Brazilian influences.
Matt Damon is back and a film franchise is reborn. Speaking of movies and births...
The novelist chats about his new book, "Purity," soon to be a Showtime series starring Daniel Craig
The centenarians say they are stunned — and thrilled — that they could help elect the country’s first female president.
In his new show, "The Trump Card," the monologist explains the forces that brought The Donald to power, and how the next demagogue will be smarter and scarier.