D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser will submit her first budget on Thursday to address. the city’s projected $200 million spending gap.
A former FBI agent pleaded guilty in federal court Tuesday to 64 criminal charges related to the theft of heroin that law enforcement agencies seized as evidence in drug investigations conducted in the D.C. region.
Washington, D.C.’s Attorney General says the city’s plan to open an all-boys college preparatory school is lawful, despite concerns the plan could run afoul of federal protections meant to ensure education equality for girls.
Metropolitan Police have captured an escaped prisoner who took his guard’s gun and fled Inova Fairfax Hospital early Tuesday morning, causing streets to close and the hospital to lockdown for hours.
Two cross-dressing men who were fired upon by National Security Agency police when they disobeyed orders at a heavily guarded gate had just stolen a car from a man who had picked them up to “party” at a motel, police said Tuesday.
Most people know it as the “painting on the fridge magnets,” but few know the long, tormented history of Gustav Klimt’s “Portrait of Adele Bloch-Bauer I,” painted by the Austrian master in 1907. The work passed to model Bloch-Bauer’s Viennese descendents, from whom the Nazis stole it, along with thousands of other priceless works owned by the Austrian capital’s Jews.
Local restaurants are celebrating the 103rd anniversary of the National Cherry Blossom Festival, through April 12, by featuring cherry-inspired dishes and drinks.
The FBI says terrorism is not a suspected motive in a Monday morning shooting at the gate of the National Security Agency headquarters at Fort Meade.
Ramen broth has been served in restaurants for decades, but broth made from meat bones has made a comeback as a sort of stand-alone, innovative health food.
The Indiana law, which was fashioned on the federal version, is being called anti-gay and discriminatory against gays, and it has drawn heckles from the likes of NBA Hall of Famer Charles Barkley, ESPN mouth-man Keith Olbermann and former “Star Trek” actor George Takei. The mayor of Seattle wants to prohibit city workers from traveling to Indiana. In light of that and more, here are five things about religion and gay rights that you need to know:
The D.C. Office of the Attorney General has dismissed some cases and requested continuances in others as it works through a review of about 14,000 criminal and juvenile cases that were potentially compromised by a flaw in the city police department’s data management system.
The White House is coming under increasing fire for fueling anti-Israel sentiment in the United States, particularly among Democrats, stoked by President Obama’s feud with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.