Police arrest 11-year-old boy in string of armed robberies
All of the robberies occurred in Northwest Washington, D.C., and involved a similar tactic of brandishing a firearm to induce fear.
Jonathan Majors allegations sparks Ezra Miller comparisons
Movie fans were left wondering if Majors will have a well-oiled PR machine behind him to rehabilitate his career after he was arrested for alleged assault.
Mike Pence Says Jan. 6 Probe 'Squandered an Opportunity'
The former vice president has said he would consider testifying to the panel if asked.
Texas Migrant Bus Arrives in D.C. as Governor Greg Abbott Fulfills Promise
Last week, White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki described Abbott's plans as a "publicity stunt" during a press briefing.
Climate Change Protest on D.C. Highway Stalls Hundreds of Running Vehicles
Climate protesters held banners in front of cars and yelled "save mother Earth" into a megaphone while on Interstate 395.
Trucker Convoy Reaches Edge of D.C., Police Shut Off Access to Downtown
The Metropolitan Police Department has closed a number of streets and highways exists causing major traffic delays around the D.C. area.
5 U.S. States and Washington, D.C. Still to Require Masks in Schools
The five states, all with Democratic governors, are California, Hawaii, New Mexico, New York and Washington.
Google Doodle Celebrates Frank Kameny, LGBTQ Rights Activist
When Frank Kameny was fired by the government for being gay, he embarked on a lifelong fight for equal rights.
Dems Twice as Likely as Repubs to Support D.C., Puerto Rico Statehood: Poll
About half of all Democrats support statehood for both Washington, D.C. and Puerto Rico, while only one-quarter of Republicans agree, according to a new poll.
Girl, 14, Used Dating App to Lure Drivers to Carjackings, Police Say
The teenager is accused of drawing them to specific locations before her alleged conspirators threatened them with a handgun.
D.C. Man, Simon Walker, Gets 17 Years for Advertising Child Pornography
As creator and administrator of online groups connected with child pornography, Walker encouraged members of those groups to distribute the explicit images.
Video of Senate Office Ransacked in Capitol Chaos Viewed Over 5M Times
The office was left with papers and files scattered over desks and floors and furniture strewn across the room.
Protesters Drive Trump Coronavirus 'Death Clock' Around D.C. on July Fourth
Coronavirus victims' names will be read over a loudspeaker from the Trump Death Clock truck, as it drives around the White House and Trump International Hotel.
What Does The Third Amendment Say and Why Do People Think It's Relevant?
It has to do with housing military members.
D.C. Mayor to Hire Hundreds For Coronavirus Contact Tracing Force
Contact tracing has helped other countries like China and South Korea slow the transmission of the virus and ease lockdown measures, and some health experts believe that the only way to reopen the U.S. is to increase contact tracing.
Morse Code Is 175 Years Old and Still as Useful as Ever
The first message sent by Morse code's dots and dashes across a long distance traveled from Washington, D.C., to Baltimore on Friday, May 24.
D.C. Restaurants Offer Free Meals to Furloughed Workers
Capitol Lounge, one of the first bars to respond to the government shutdown, is offering "shutdown cocktails" at $5 a drink for anyone with a federal employee I.D.
Rev Michael Curry, Presiding George Bush's Funeral
Curry is the first African-American to lead the Episcopal Church.
New York Man Plotted to Blow Himself Up in D.C. Protest
The suspect was planning to detonate a device on the day of the midterm elections.
Activists Gather in D.C. Before Final SCOTUS Vote
Large groups of demonstrators massed at various Washington D.C. buildings on Saturday -- hours before a landmark vote would confirm President Trump's nominee Brett Kavanaugh as the ninth justice on the U.S. Supreme Court.
Protesters Project 'Guilty' Onto Trump D.C. Hotel
The words "guilty" and "criminal" were projected onto the entrance of the Trump International Hotel in Washington, D.C.
D.C., Charlottesville Brace for Weekend Protests
Last year's white supremacist gathering ended in fatal violence. This year, city officials are taking steps to prevent a repeat.
Police Officer Sued for Inappropriate Stop and Frisk
"Mr. Cottingham physically flinched and verbally protested, making clear that this highly intrusive search was not within the scope of the frisk to which he had consented."
Passenger Felt Targeted for 'Flying While Fat, Black'
Amber J. Phillips said police were called because she appeared to make a white female passenger seated beside her "uncomfortable."
Naked Man Charged With Threatening D.C. Metro Riders
In a video, the nude suspect swings around on the train poles and then strikes another passenger.
More Than 2 Million Joined March for Our Lives Protests
The march is over, but students have politicians in their sights and gun control activism is set to continue through the 2018 midterms.
'Neo-Nazi' Links to Shooting: What We Know So Far
One of the victims has reportedly accused the suspect of being an "outspoken Neo-Nazi".
Opposing Trump from the Washington National Cathedral
Dean Randy Hollerith has said Trump's directives are "un-Christian" and do not advance "Christian values."
Lincoln Memorial Defaced With Graffiti
The graffiti appeared to say "f*** law."
Washington's Residents Resist Trump
It makes sense, giving his quickly dropping approval ratings.