Longtime NBC Washington news anchor Jim Vance has died at the age of 75.
Multiple guns have been stolen from a gun store and shooting range in Virginia.
Lihua Chi stood Thursday in 100-degree weather on the U.S. Capitol’s West Lawn, relating via an interpreter how she was beaten and imprisoned four times, and how her husband was tortured to death in her homeland of China.
The District’s iconic Watergate Hotel will host an all-star chef dinner Tuesday to honor French culinary expert Jean-Louis Palladin, whose restaurant has been a staple of the hotel since 1979. Palladin ran the restaurant until his death in 2001 from lung cancer.
A bipartisan group of lawmakers, pro-Kurdish supporters and free speech advocates gathered Wednesday morning outside the Turkish ambassador’s residence to deliver a message to Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan: “We will not be silenced.”
A Baltimore officer’s police powers have been suspended after defense attorneys released a body camera video that they said shows an officer planting drugs.
A federal appeals court ruling has cleared the path for Maryland to move ahead with a light rail project.
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And the beat rolls on toward reforming the D.C. region’s mass transit system.
Metro finally has retired its 41-year-old rail cars — seven years after federal inspectors said they posed “an unacceptable risk” to subway riders and were partially to blame for the transit system’s deadliest crash.
Regional lawmakers on Wednesday approved looking into constructing a northern bridge across the Potomac River, despite opposition from Montgomery County and Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan’s administration.